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Skye

[ skahy ]
/ skaɪ /
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noun
Isle of, an island in the Hebrides, in NW Scotland: cattle farming. 670 sq. mi. (1,735 sq. km).
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Skye
/ (skaɪ) /

noun
a mountainous island off the NW coast of Scotland, the largest island of the Inner Hebrides: tourist centre. Chief town: Portree. Pop: 9232 (2001). Area: 1735 sq km (670 sq miles)
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