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peninsula

  

      n   a narrow strip of land projecting into a sea or lake from the mainland  
     (C16: from Latin, literally: almost an island, from paene pene- + insula island)  
  peninsular      adj  
The noun peninsula is sometimes confused with the adjective peninsular: the Iberian peninsula (not peninsular)  


Alaska Peninsula  
      n   an extension of the mainland of SW Alaska between the Pacific and the Bering Sea, ending in the Aleutian Islands. Length: about 644 km (400 miles)  
Antarctic Peninsula  
      n   the largest peninsula of Antarctica, between the Weddell Sea and the Pacific: consists of Graham Land in the north and the Palmer Peninsula in the south,   (Former name (until 1964))    Palmer Peninsula  
Avalon Peninsula  
      n   a large peninsula of Newfoundland, between Trinity and Placentia Bays. Area: about 10000 sq. km (4000 sq. miles)  
Balkan Peninsula  
      n   a large peninsula in SE Europe, between the Adriatic and Aegean Seas  
Boothia Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of N Canada: the northernmost part of the mainland of North America, lying west of the Gulf of Boothia, an arm of the Arctic Ocean  
Cape Peninsula  
      n   (in South Africa) the peninsula and the part of the mainland on which Cape Town and most of its suburbs are located  
Chukchi Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula in the extreme NE of Russia, in NE Siberia: mainly tundra,   (Also called)    Chukots Peninsula  
Delmarva Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of the northeast U.S., between Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic  
Eyre Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of South Australia, between the Great Australian Bight and Spencer Gulf  
Gaspé Peninsula     (French)  
      n   a peninsula in E Canada, in SE Quebec between the St Lawrence River and New Brunswick: mountainous and wooded with many lakes and rivers. Area: about 29500 sq. km (11400 sq. miles),   (Also called)    the Gaspé  
Iberian Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of SW Europe, occupied by Spain and Portugal  
Kola Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula in NW Russia, between the Barents and White Seas: forms most of the Murmansk region. Area: about 130000 sq. km (50000 sq. miles)  
Lleyn Peninsula     (Welsh)  
      n   a peninsula in NW Wales between Cardigan Bay and Caernarvon Bay  
Luichow Peninsula  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Leizhou Peninsula  
Malay Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of SE Asia, extending south from the Isthmus of Kra in Thailand to Cape Tanjong Piai in Malaysia: consists of SW Thailand and the states of Malaya (Peninsular Malaysia),   (Ancient name)    Chersonesus Aurea  
Melville Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of N Canada, in the Northwest Territories, between the Gulf of Boothia and Foxe Basin  
Olympic Peninsula  
      n   a large peninsula of W Washington  
Palmer Peninsula  
      n      the former name (until 1964) for the       Antarctic Peninsula  
Peninsula  
      n      the. short for the       Iberian Peninsula  
Seward Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of W Alaska, on the Bering Strait. Length: about 290 km (180 miles)  
Taimyr Peninsula     (Russian)  
      n   a large peninsula of N central Russia, between the Kara Sea and the Laptev Sea,   (Also called)    Taymyr Peninsula  
Taymyr Peninsula  
      n      a variant spelling of       Taimyr Peninsula  
Upper Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula in the northern U.S. between Lakes Superior and Michigan, constituting the N part of the state of Michigan  
Yorke Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula in South Australia, between Spencer Gulf and St Vincent Gulf: mainly agricultural with several coastal resorts  
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Peninsula  
      n      the. short for the       Iberian Peninsula  


Alaska Peninsula  
      n   an extension of the mainland of SW Alaska between the Pacific and the Bering Sea, ending in the Aleutian Islands. Length: about 644 km (400 miles)  
Antarctic Peninsula  
      n   the largest peninsula of Antarctica, between the Weddell Sea and the Pacific: consists of Graham Land in the north and the Palmer Peninsula in the south,   (Former name (until 1964))    Palmer Peninsula  
Avalon Peninsula  
      n   a large peninsula of Newfoundland, between Trinity and Placentia Bays. Area: about 10000 sq. km (4000 sq. miles)  
Balkan Peninsula  
      n   a large peninsula in SE Europe, between the Adriatic and Aegean Seas  
Boothia Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of N Canada: the northernmost part of the mainland of North America, lying west of the Gulf of Boothia, an arm of the Arctic Ocean  
Cape Peninsula  
      n   (in South Africa) the peninsula and the part of the mainland on which Cape Town and most of its suburbs are located  
Chukchi Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula in the extreme NE of Russia, in NE Siberia: mainly tundra,   (Also called)    Chukots Peninsula  
Delmarva Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of the northeast U.S., between Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic  
Eyre Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of South Australia, between the Great Australian Bight and Spencer Gulf  
Gaspé Peninsula     (French)  
      n   a peninsula in E Canada, in SE Quebec between the St Lawrence River and New Brunswick: mountainous and wooded with many lakes and rivers. Area: about 29500 sq. km (11400 sq. miles),   (Also called)    the Gaspé  
Iberian Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of SW Europe, occupied by Spain and Portugal  
Kola Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula in NW Russia, between the Barents and White Seas: forms most of the Murmansk region. Area: about 130000 sq. km (50000 sq. miles)  
Lleyn Peninsula     (Welsh)  
      n   a peninsula in NW Wales between Cardigan Bay and Caernarvon Bay  
Luichow Peninsula  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Leizhou Peninsula  
Malay Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of SE Asia, extending south from the Isthmus of Kra in Thailand to Cape Tanjong Piai in Malaysia: consists of SW Thailand and the states of Malaya (Peninsular Malaysia),   (Ancient name)    Chersonesus Aurea  
Melville Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of N Canada, in the Northwest Territories, between the Gulf of Boothia and Foxe Basin  
Olympic Peninsula  
      n   a large peninsula of W Washington  
Palmer Peninsula  
      n      the former name (until 1964) for the       Antarctic Peninsula  
peninsula  
      n   a narrow strip of land projecting into a sea or lake from the mainland  
     (C16: from Latin, literally: almost an island, from paene pene- + insula island)  
  peninsular      adj  
The noun peninsula is sometimes confused with the adjective peninsular: the Iberian peninsula (not peninsular)  
Seward Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula of W Alaska, on the Bering Strait. Length: about 290 km (180 miles)  
Taimyr Peninsula     (Russian)  
      n   a large peninsula of N central Russia, between the Kara Sea and the Laptev Sea,   (Also called)    Taymyr Peninsula  
Taymyr Peninsula  
      n      a variant spelling of       Taimyr Peninsula  
Upper Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula in the northern U.S. between Lakes Superior and Michigan, constituting the N part of the state of Michigan  
Yorke Peninsula  
      n   a peninsula in South Australia, between Spencer Gulf and St Vincent Gulf: mainly agricultural with several coastal resorts  

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Persian Gulf is located in Western Asia between Iran (Persia) and the Arabian Peninsula. It is an extension of the Indian Ocean. Historically and internationally known as the Persian Gulf. The name Gulf of Iran (Persian Gulf) is used by the International Hydrographic Organization.
The Persian Gulf has many good fishing grounds, extensive coral reefs, and abundant pearl oysters. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persian_Gulf
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abbr. The Persian Gulf (PG) is located in Western Asia between Iran (Persia) and the Arabian Peninsula. It is an extension of the Indian Ocean. Historically and internationally known as the Persian Gulf. The name Gulf of Iran (Persian Gulf) is used by the International Hydrographic Organization.
The Persian Gulf has many good fishing grounds, extensive coral reefs, and abundant pearl oysters.

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