Definition of Anguilla in English:

Anguilla

Syllabification: An·guil·la
Pronunciation: /aNGˈɡwilə
 
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The northernmost island of the Leeward Islands in the West Indies; population 14,400 (est. 2009); capital, The Valley. Formerly a British colony and briefly united with St. Kitts and Nevis in 1967, it is now a self-governing British overseas territory.

Derivatives

Anguillan

adjective & noun
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  • Theresa said: ‘The Anguillan team is one of the smallest to compete at the event and I have every faith in their ability take on the world's very best.’
  • Omari Banks, Anguillan, 20 years old at time of selection
  • Zena said it had been an experience for them, and whereas the Anguillan team was more physically fit, the St Lucians had acquired a good knowledge of techniques and other facets of the game.

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