Somaliland

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So·ma·li·land

 (sō-mä′lē-lănd′, sə-)
A region of eastern Africa comprising present-day Somalia, Djibouti, and southeast Ethiopia. The area was a target of European colonization after the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869.
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Somaliland

(səʊˈmɑːlɪˌlænd)
n
(Placename) a former region of E Africa, between the equator and the Gulf of Aden: includes Somalia, Djibouti, and SE Ethiopia
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So•ma•li•land

(soʊˈmɑ liˌlænd, sə-)

n.
a coastal region in E Africa, including Djibouti, Somalia, and the Ogaden part of Ethiopia.
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Translations

Somaliland

[səʊˈmɑːlɪlænd] NSomalia f
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Somaliland

[səʊˈmɑːlilænd] nSomaliland m
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Somaliland

nSomaliland nt
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Somaliland

[səʊˈmɑːlɪˌlænd] npaesi mpl del Corno d'Africa
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