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Rey·kja·vík

 (rā′kyə-vēk′, -vĭk′)
The capital and largest city of Iceland, in the southwest part of the island. Traditionally founded in 874, it became capital of the country in 1918 after Denmark recognized Iceland's sovereignty.
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Reykjavik

(ˈreɪkjəˌviːk)
n
(Placename) the capital and chief port of Iceland, situated in the southwest: its buildings are heated by natural hot water. Pop: 112 490 (2003 est)
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Rey•kja•vik

(ˈreɪ kyə vɪk, -ˌvik)

n.
the capital of Iceland, on the SW coast. 93,245.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Reykjavik - the capital and chief port of Iceland on the southwestern coast of IcelandReykjavik - the capital and chief port of Iceland on the southwestern coast of Iceland; buildings are heated by natural hot water
Iceland, Republic of Iceland - an island republic on the island of Iceland; became independent of Denmark in 1944
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Translations
ريكيافيك
Reykjavík
Reykjavík
Reykjavík
レイキャビク

Reykjavik

[ˈreɪkjəviːk] NReykjavik m
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Reykjavik

[ˈreɪkjəvɪk] nReykjavik
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Reykjavik

[ˈreɪkjəˌvɪk] nReykjavik f
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