Bonin Islands

Bonin Islands

[boh-nin]
plural noun
a group of islands in the N Pacific, SE of and belonging to Japan: under U.S. administration 1945–68. 40 sq. mi. (104 sq. km).
Japanese Ogasawara Jima.
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Bonin Islands (ˈbəʊnɪn)
 
pl n
Japanese name: Ogasawara Gunto a group of 27 volcanic islands in the W Pacific: occupied by the US after World War II; returned to Japan in 1968. Largest island: Chichijima. Area: 103 sq km (40 sq miles)

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