Definition of Saipan

1. Noun. The largest island in the Northern Marianas and the administrative center of the commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in union with the United States.

Group relationships: Northern Mariana Islands, Northern Marianas
Generic synonyms: Island



2. Noun. US forces captured the island from the Japanese in July 1944; it was an important air base until the end of World War II.
Generic synonyms: Amphibious Assault
Group relationships: Second World War, World War 2, World War Ii

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saipan

Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Saint Thomas
Saint Thomas Aquinas
Saint Thomas a Becket
Saint Ulmo's fire
Saint Ulmo's light
Saint Valentine's Day
Saint Vincent
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vitus dance
Saintpaulia
Saintpaulia ionantha
Saints
Saints Peter and Paul
Saipan
Saiph
Saitama
Saitic
Saiva
Saivas
Saivism
Saivite
Saivites
Sajama
Sak kinase
Saka
Sakaguchi reaction
Sakai
Sakartvelo

Literary usage of Saipan

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1. International Catalogue of Scientific Literature by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1905)
"8026 Seidel, H. saipan, die Hauptinsel der deutschen Marianen. Globus, Braunschweig, 86, 1904, (278-282). [01 ne]. ..."

2. The Mother of All Webs Who Gotcha! by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1992)
"And for its many Southeast Asia adventures, the Special Operations Division had “a home away from home” under Navy cover on the Pacific island of saipan. ..."

3. Across the Reef: The Amphibious Tracked Vehicle at War by Victor J. Croizat (2001)
"The Americans on saipan could now rest and prepare for the move against Tinian which would begin ten days later. By that time, other Marines would have ..."

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