Definition of Juneau in English:

Juneau

Syllabification: Ju·neau
Pronunciation: /ˈjo͞onō
 
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The capital of Alaska, a seaport on an inlet of the Pacific Ocean, in the southern part of the state; population 30,988 (est. 2008).

Origin

named after Joseph Juneau, who discovered gold there in 1880.

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