[ luhk-shuh-dweep ]
/ ˌlʌk ʃəˈdwip /
a union territory of India comprising a group of islands and coral reefs in the Arabian Sea, off the southwestern coast of India. About 12 sq. mi. (31 sq. km).
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Formerly Lac·ca·dive, Min·i·coy, and A·min·di·vi Is·lands [lah-kuh-deev, lak-uh-; min-i-koi; ah-min-dee-vee] /ˈlɑ kəˌdiv, ˈlæk ə-; ˈmɪn ɪˌkɔɪ; ˈɑ mɪnˈdi vi/ .
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