South-island



noun
1.
the largest island of New Zealand. 58,093 sq. mi. (150,460 sq. km).
South Island
noun
1.
the South Island, the largest island of New Zealand, separated from the North Island by the Cook Strait. Pop: 973 000 (2004 est). Area: 153 947 sq km (59 439 sq miles)

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