[fee-jee] /ˈfi dʒi/
an independent archipelago of some 800 islands in the S Pacific, N of New Zealand, composed of the and a smaller group to the NW: formerly a British colony, now a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. 7040 sq. mi. (18,235 sq. km).
an independent republic, consisting of 844 islands (chiefly Viti Levu and Vanua Levu) in the SW Pacific: a British colony (1874–1970); a member of the Commonwealth (1970–87 and from 1997); the large islands are of volcanic origin, surrounded by coral reefs; smaller ones are of coral. Official language: English. Religion: Christian and Hindu. Currency: dollar. Capital: Suva. Pop: 896 758 (2013 est). Area: 18 272 sq km (7055 sq miles)
another word for Fijian
A nation composed of several hundred islands in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, located about two thousand miles northeast of Sydney, Australia. Viti Levu, the largest island, constitutes half the land area of the group. Suva is its capital and largest city.
Note: Their mountainous scenery, unspoiled beaches, and tropical splendor make the Fiji Islands an exotic tourist destination.
Note: Conflict between ethnic Melanesian and Indians led to political turmoil in the 1990s.
[fee-jee-uh n, fi-jee-uh n] /ˈfi dʒi ən, fɪˈdʒi ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to , its people, or their language. noun 2. a native of the . 3. the Austronesian language spoken by the Fijians. /fiːˈdʒiːən/ noun 1. a member of the indigenous people of mixed Melanesian and Polynesian descent inhabiting Fiji 2. the […]
plural noun 1. a group of islands in the S Pacific constituting most of the country of Fiji.
[fik] /fɪk/ noun, Islam. 1. . [fik] /fɪk/ noun, Islam. 1. the system of jurisprudence: the legal foundation of Islamic religious, political, and civil life.
[fil] /fɪl/ noun 1. . father-in-law