Definition of Guadeloupe in English:

Guadeloupe

Syllabification: Gua·de·loupe
Pronunciation: /ˌɡwädəˈlo͞op
 
/
A group of islands in the Lesser Antilles that form an overseas department of France; population 445,000 (est. 2009); capital, Basse-Terre.

Derivatives

Guadeloupian

adjective & noun
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  • He's just had to be sneaky about it, blowing hard on tribute albums (to Coltrane and the Grateful Dead, among others) and more worldly ventures (like last year's, which incorporated Guadeloupian gwo-ka music).

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