Eniwetok

[en-uh-wee-tok, uh-nee-wi-tok]

Enewetak

or En·i·we·tok

[en-uh-wee-tok, uh-nee-wi-tok]
noun
  1. an atoll in the central Pacific Ocean, in the Marshall Islands: atomic bomb tests 1947–62.
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Eniwetok

noun
  1. an atoll in the W Pacific Ocean, in the NW Marshall Islands: taken by the US from Japan in 1944; became a naval base and later a testing ground for atomic weapons. Pop: 820 (1999 est)Official name: Enewetak

Enewetak

noun
  1. the official name for Eniwetok
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