Dunedin

Dunedin

[duhn-ee-din]
noun
1.
a seaport on SE South Island, in New Zealand.
2.
a town in W Florida.
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Dunedin (dʌnˈiːdɪn)
 
n
a port in New Zealand, on SE South Island: founded (1848) by Scottish settlers. Pop: 121 900 (2004 est)

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dunedin

city and port, Otago local government region, southeastern South Island, New Zealand, at the head of Otago Harbour (14 miles [23 km] long) with deepwater Port Chalmers at its mouth

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