Bermuda meaning

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A self-governing British colony comprising about 300 coral islands in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of Cape Hatteras. The first settlement was made in 1609 by British colonists shipwrecked on their way to Virginia. Tourism and international finance are crucial to its economy. Hamilton, on Bermuda Island, the largest in the archipelago, is the capital.
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(place) Group of islands in the W Atlantic, 584 mi (940 km) southeast of N.C.: a self-governing colony under British control since 1684: 21 sq mi (54 sq km); cap. Hamilton.
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An island group in the the North Atlantic Ocean, 580 nautical miles (1074 kilometers) east-southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, held as an Overseas Territory by Britain.
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A pale, slightly blue shade of green.

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Origin of bermuda

  • From the name of Juan de Bermudez, the Spanish explorer who discovered the islands in 1515.

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