[ rah-boul, ruh-, rah-boul ]
/ rɑˈbaʊl, rə-, ˈrɑ baʊl /
a seaport on NE New Britain island, in the Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New Guinea.
Definition for rabaul (2 of 2)
the largest island in the Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New Guinea, in the W central Pacific Ocean. About 14,600 sq. mi. (37,814 sq. km). Capital: Rabaul.
a city in central Connecticut.
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Herbertshohe and Rabaul, the seat of Government, have been garrisoned and a base has been established at Simpsonshafen.
British Dictionary definitions for rabaul (1 of 2)
/ (rɑːˈbaʊl) /
a port in Papua New Guinea, on NE New Britain Island, in the Bismarck Archipelago: capital of the Territory of New Guinea until 1941; almost surrounded by volcanoes. Pop: 17 855 (2001 est)
British Dictionary definitions for rabaul (2 of 2)
an island in the S Pacific, northeast of New Guinea: the largest island of the Bismarck Archipelago; part of Papua New Guinea; mountainous, with several active volcanoes. Capital: Rabaul. Pop: 161 737 (2000). Area: 36 519 sq km (14 100 sq miles)
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