Definition of Bermuda in English:

Bermuda

(also the Bermudas)

proper noun

  • A group of about 150 small islands off the coast of North Carolina; population 67,800 (est. 2009); official language, English; capital, Hamilton. It is a British overseas territory with full internal self-government.

Origin

Named after a Spanish sailor, Juan Bermúdez, who sighted the islands early in the 16th century.

Pronunciation:

Bermuda

/bəˈmjuːdə/