Jolo



[haw-law] /hɔˈlɔ/

noun
1.
an island in the SW Philippines: the main island of the Sulu Archipelago. 345 sq. mi. (894 sq. km).
2.
a seaport on this island.
noun
1.
an island group in the SW Philippines, separating the Sulawesi Sea from the Sulu Sea. 1086 sq. mi. (2813 sq. km).
Capital: Jolo.
/həʊˈləʊ/
noun
1.
an island in the SW Philippines: the main island of the Sulu Archipelago. Pop: 87 998 (2000). Area: 893 sq km (345 sq miles)
/ˈsuːluː/
noun
1.
a chain of over 500 islands in the SW Philippines, separating the Sulu Sea from the Celebes Sea: formerly a sultanate, ceded to the Philippines in 1940. Capital: Jolo. Pop: 619 668 (2000). Area: 2686 sq km (1037 sq miles)

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