Trobriand Islands[trō′brē ənd; -and′, -änd′]
Trobriand Islands definition by Webster's New World
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group of small islands off SE New Guinea: part of Papua New Guinea: c. 170 sq mi (440 sq km)
Trobriand Islands definition by American Heritage Dictionary
An island group of Papua New Guinea in the Solomon Sea off eastern New Guinea. The islands were occupied by Allied forces in June 1943.