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Idaho

[ ahy-duh-hoh ]
/ ˈaɪ dəˌhoʊ /
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noun
a state in the northwestern United States. 83,557 sq. mi. (216,415 sq. km). Capital: Boise. Abbreviations: ID (for use with zip code), Id., Ida.
a variety of potato, a russet Burbank grown in Idaho.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Idaho

I·da·ho·an [ahy-duh-hoh-uhn, ahy-duh-hoh-], /ˈaɪ dəˌhoʊ ən, ˌaɪ dəˈhoʊ-/, adjective, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for Idaho

Idaho
/ (ˈaɪdəˌhəʊ) /

noun
a state of the northwestern US: consists chiefly of ranges of the Rocky Mountains, with the Snake River basin in the south; important for agriculture (Idaho potatoes), livestock, and silver-mining. Capital: Boise. Pop: 1 366 332 (2003 est). Area: 216 413 sq km (83 557 sq miles)Abbreviation: Id., Ida., (with zip code) ID
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Cultural definitions for Idaho

Idaho

State in the Rocky Mountains bordered by British Columbia, Canada, to the north; Montana and Wyoming to the east; Utah and Nevada to the south; and Oregon and Washington to the west. Its capital and largest city is Boise.

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