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Penghu

[Chinese puhng-hoo]
noun
a group of small islands off the coast of SE China, in the Taiwan Strait: controlled by Taiwan. About 50 sq. mi. (130 sq. km).
Also, Wade-Giles, P'enghu.
Also called, Wade-Giles, P'enghu Ch'üntao [chyn-dou] , Pescadores, Pescadores Islands.
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Pescadores

[pes-kuh-dawr-is, -eez, -dohr-]
noun
(used with a plural verb) Penghu.
Also called Pescadores Islands.
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Penghu or P'eng-hu (ˈpɛŋˈhuː)
 
n
transliteration of the Chinese name for the Pescadores
 
P'eng-hu or P'eng-hu
 
n

Pescadores (ˌpɛskəˈdɔːrɪz)
 
pl n
Penghu, Chinese names: P'eng-hu a group of 64 islands in Formosa Strait, separated from Taiwan (to which it belongs) by the Pescadores Channel. Pop: 91 950 (2007 est). Area: 127 sq km (49 sq miles)

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