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Fu·na·fu·ti

 (fo͞o′nə-fo͞o′tē)
An atoll of Tuvalu in the southern Pacific Ocean, consisting of several islets. It is the capital of the island state.

Fu•na•fu•ti

(ˌfu nəˈfu ti)

n.
the capital of Tuvalu. 1328.
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Noun1.Funafuti - capital of Tuvalu
Tuvalu - a small island republic on the Tuvalu islands; formerly part of the British colony of Gilbert and Ellice Islands until it withdrew in 1975 and became independent of the United Kingdom in 1978
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The United States funded a rainwater catchment system project on Funafuti atoll, the capital of Tuvalu.
21-22, Edgeworth David's second expedition to Funafuti Atoll in 1897 is described as "Seeking empirical proof for the theory of evolution through natural selection, David led an expedition .
The new 40-kilowatt facility, set up in a soccer stadium in Funafuti atoll, the capital, can serve the power needs of about 50 of the country's 1,700 households while reducing carbon dioxide emissions by around 50 tons a year, Kansai Electric said.