plural noun
a group of islands in the S Pacific, E of and belonging to New Zealand. 372 sq. mi. (963 sq. km).
plural noun
a group of islands in the S Pacific Ocean, forming a county of South Island, New Zealand: consists of the main islands of Chatham, Pitt, and several rocky islets. Chief settlement: Waitangi. Pop: 609 (2006 est). Area: 963 sq km (372 sq miles)


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