Definition of Martha's Vineyard in English:

Martha's Vineyard

Syllabification: Mar·tha's Vine·yard
Pronunciation: /ˌmärTHəz ˈvinyərd
An island off the coast of Massachusetts, to the south of Cape Cod. Settled by the English in 1642, it became an important center of fishing and whaling during the 18th and 19th centuries.

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