Green Bay definition by Webster's New World
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- arm of Lake Michigan, extending into NE Wis.: c. 100 mi (161 km) long
- city & port in Wis., on this bay: pop. 102,000
Origin: translated, translation of French Baie Verte
Green Bay definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A city of eastern Wisconsin on Green Bay, an arm of Lake Michigan. Founded as a trading post in 1634, the city is a port of entry with varied industries. Population: 100,000.