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Boz·ca·a·da(bōz′jä-ä-dä′) Formerly Ten·e·dos (tĕn′ĭ-dŏs′, -ĭ-dōs′, -ə-thôs)
An island of Turkey in the northeast Aegean Sea south of the Dardanelles. According to tradition, it was the site of a Greek naval station during the Trojan War.
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(Placename) the Turkish name for Tenedos
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Boz•ca•a•da(ˌboʊz dʒɑ ɑˈdɑ, -dʒɑˈdɑ)
an island in the NE Aegean, near the entrance to the Dardanelles. Ancient, Tenedos.
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