an island, belonging to the U.S., in the N Pacific, E of the Philippines: the largest of the Marianas group; U.S. naval station. 206 sq. mi. (535 sq. km).
Abbreviation: GU (for use with zip code).
an island in the N Pacific, the largest and southernmost of the Marianas: belonged to Spain from the 17th century until 1898, when it was ceded to the US; site of naval and air force bases. Capital: Agana (now officially spelt Hagåtña). Pop: 160 378 (2013 est). Area: 541 sq km (209 sq miles)
from Chamorro Guahan, said to mean literally “what we have.”
A self-governing island territory of the United States, located in the western Pacific Ocean. With important naval and air bases, Guam is an American military bastion in the Pacific.
[gwahn] /gwɑn/ noun 1. a large game bird of the curassow family, common in dense woodlands of Central and South America, somewhat resembling a turkey. /ɡwɑːn/ noun 1. any gallinaceous bird of the genera Penelope, Pipile, etc, of Central and South America: family Cracidae (curassows)
[gwuh-nah-buh-nuh] /gwəˈnɑ bə nə/ noun 1. .
[gwah-nuh-bahr-uh] /ˌgwɑ nəˈbɑr ə/ noun 1. a state in SE Brazil. 452 sq. mi. (1170 sq. km). Capital: Rio de Janeiro. /Portuguese ɡwənaˈbara/ noun 1. (until 1975) a state of SE Brazil, on the Atlantic and Guanabara Bay, now amalgamated with the state of Rio de Janeiro
noun 1. a deep bay in the Atlantic Ocean, on the SE coast of Brazil: site of Rio de Janeiro.