East-cape



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[dezh-nef, -nee-awf; Russian dyi-zhnyawf] /ˈdɛʒ nɛf, -niˌɔf; Russian dyɪˈʒnyɔf/
noun
1.
Cape, a cape in the NE Russian Federation in Asia, on the Bering Strait: the northeasternmost point of Asia.
/Russian dɪʒˈnjɔf/
noun
1.
Cape Dezhnev, a cape in NE Russia at the E end of Chukchi Peninsula: the northeasternmost point of Asia Former name East Cape
noun
1.
the easternmost point of New Guinea, on Milne Bay
2.
the easternmost point of New Zealand, on North Island
3.
the former name for Cape Dezhnev

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