Definition of Niue in English:

Niue

Syllabification: Ni·ue
Pronunciation: /nēˈo͞o
 
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An island territory in the South Pacific Ocean east of Tonga; population 1,400 (est. 2009); capital, Alofi. Annexed by New Zealand in 1901, the island achieved self-government in free association with New Zealand in 1974. Niue is the world’s largest coral island.

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