Egadi Islands

[ eg-uh-dee ahy-luhndz; Italian, e-gah-dee ]
/ ˈɛg ə di ˈaɪ ləndz; Italian, ˈɛ gɑ di /

plural noun

a group of islands in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of western Sicily. 15 sq. mi. (39 sq. km).

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Also called Ae·ga·di·an Is·lands, Ae·ga·de·an Is·lands [ih-gey-dee-uhn ahy-luhndz] /ɪˈgeɪ di ən ˈaɪ ləndz/ . Ancient Ae·ga·tes [ih-gey-teez] /ɪˈgeɪ tiz/ .

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