Definition of Corsica in English:

Corsica

proper noun

  • A mountainous island off the west coast of Italy, forming an administrative region of France; population 273,000 (est. 2004); chief towns, Bastia (northern department) and Ajaccio (southern department). It was the birthplace of Napoleon I.

    French name Corse

Pronunciation:

Corsica

/ˈkɔːsɪkə/