Diomede Islands

Diomede Islands

[dahy-uh-meed]
noun
two islands in Bering Strait, one belonging to the Russian Federation (Big Diomede) about 15 sq. mi. (39 sq. km), and one belonging to the U.S. (Little Diomede) about 4 sq. mi. (10 sq. km): separated by the International Date line.
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Diomede Islands (ˈdaɪəˌmiːd)
 
pl n
two small islands in the Bering Strait, separated by the international date line and by the boundary line between the US and Russia

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