or Ja·ja·pu·ra, Dja·ja·pu·ra
- a city in and the capital of Irian Jaya, on the NE coast, in Indonesia.
- the W part of the island of New Guinea, formerly a Dutch territory: a province of Indonesia since 1963. About 159,000 sq. mi. (411,810 sq. km). Capital: Jayapura.
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- a port in NE Indonesia, capital of Papua (formerly Irian Jaya), on the N coast. Pop: 155 548 (2000)Former spelling: Djajapura Former names: Sukarnapura, Kotabaru, Hollandia
- a former Indonesian name (1973–2001) for Papua (def. 2)