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Cap Hai·tien

 (kăp′ hā′shən) or Cap-Ha·ï·tien (kä-pä-ē-syăN′)
A city of northern Haiti on the Atlantic Ocean. Founded c. 1670, it is a tourist center.


(French kapaisjɛ̃; -tjɛ̃)
(Placename) a port in N Haiti: capital during the French colonial period. Pop: 134 000 (2005 est). Also called: le Cap


(ˌkæpˈheɪ ʃən)

also Cap-Ha•ï•tien

(Fr. ka paˈsyɛ̃)

a seaport in N Haiti. 64,406.
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