[pahng-oh pahng-oh, pahng-goh pahng-goh, pah-goh pah-goh]
- the chief harbor and town of American Samoa, on Tutuila island: naval station.
Also Pa·go·pa·go, Pango Pango.
- the part of Samoa belonging to the U.S., comprising mainly Tutuila and the Manua Islands. 76 sq. mi. (197 sq. km). Capital: Pago Pago. Abbreviation: AS (for use with zip code).
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- the part of Samoa administered by the US. Capital: Pago Pago. Pop: 54 719 (2013 est). Area: 197 sq km (76 sq miles)
- a port in American Samoa, on SE Tutuila Island. Pop: 4278 (2000)Former name: Pango Pango