[grahn kah-nah-ryah] /ˈgrɑn kɑˈnɑ ryɑ/

one of the Canary Islands, in the central part. 650 sq. mi. (1685 sq. km).
Capital: Las Palmas.
/ɡraŋ kaˈnarja/
the Spanish name for Grand Canary


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