New Guinea
Proper noun
  1. A large Oceanian island in the Pacific Ocean, north of Australia, whose territory is divided between Indonesia in the west and Papua New Guinea in the east.
  2. (historical) The northern part of what is now called Papua New Guinea, formerly administered as a separate territory to Papua.
  3. (informal) The nation more properly referred to as Papua New Guinea.
  • French: Nouvelle Guinée
  • German: Neuguinea
  • Italian: Nuova Guinea
  • Portuguese: Nova Guiné
  • Russian: Но́вая Гвине́я
  • Spanish: Nueva Guinea

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