(used with a plural verb) an archipelago in the W Pacific Ocean, E of New Guinea; important World War II battles; politically divided between Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.
(used with a singular verb) an independent country comprising the larger, SE part of this archipelago: a former British protectorate; gained independence in 1978. 11,458 sq. mi. (29,676 sq. km).
Capital: Honiara (on Guadalcanal).
an independent state in the SW Pacific comprising an archipelago extending for almost 1450 km (900 miles) in a northwest–southeast direction: the northernmost islands of the archipelago (Buka and Bougainville) form part of Papua New Guinea; the main islands are Guadalcanal, Malaita, San Cristobal, New Georgia, Santa Isabel, and Choiseul: a member of the Commonwealth. Official language: English. Religion: Christian majority. Currency: Solomon Islands dollar. Capital: Honiara. Pop: 597 248 (2013 est). Area: 29 785 sq km (11 500 sq miles)
- Solomon islands pidgin
noun 1. the variety of Neo-Melanesian spoken in the Solomon Islands and neighbouring islands
noun 1. a part of the Coral Sea, in the W South Pacific Ocean, between Papua New Guinea on the W and N and the Solomon Islands on the E. 280,000 sq. mi. (720,000 sq. km).
- Solo mother
noun 1. (NZ) a mother with a dependent child or dependent children and no husband
noun 1. c638–c558 b.c, Athenian statesman. 2. (often lowercase) a wise lawgiver. 3. a town in N Ohio. noun 1. ?638–?559 bc, Athenian statesman, who introduced economic, political, and legal reforms