Definition of Lord Howe Island in English:

Lord Howe Island

proper noun

  • A volcanic island in the SW Pacific off the east coast of Australia, administered as part of New South Wales; population 347 (2006).

Origin

Named after Admiral Lord Howe (1726–99), who was First Lord of the Admiralty when it was first visited.

Pronunciation:

Lord Howe Island

/lɔːdˈhaʊʌɪlənd/