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Patmos

[pat-mos, -mohs, -muh s; Greek paht-maws] /ˈpæt mɒs, -moʊs, -məs; Greek ˈpɑt mɔs/
noun
1.
one of the Dodecanese Islands, off the SW coast of Asia Minor: St. John is supposed to have been exiled here (Rev. 1:9). 13 sq. mi. (34 sq. km).
Italian Patmo
[paht-maw] /ˈpɑt mɔ/ (Show IPA)
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Related forms
Patmian, adjective
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Patmos

/ˈpætmɒs/
noun
1.
a Greek island in the Aegean, in the NW Dodecanese: St John's place of exile (about 95 ad), where he wrote the Apocalypse. Pop: 2984 (2001). Area: 34 sq km (13 sq miles)
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