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Nassau

capital of the Bahamas, a name attested from 1690s, given in honor of King William III of England (1650-1702), of the House of Orange-Nassau, from the duchy of Nassau in western Germany, named for a village in the Lahn valley, from Old High German nass "wet." Related: Nassauvian.

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Definitions of Nassau

Nassau (n.)
the capital of the Bahamas;
Synonyms: capital of the Bahamas
From wordnet.princeton.edu