Definition of Cape Cod in English:

Cape Cod

(also CC)

proper noun

  • 1A sandy peninsula in southeastern Massachusetts that forms a wide curve enclosing Cape Cod Bay. The Pilgrims landed on the northern tip of Cape Cod in November 1620.

  • 2A type of rectangular house with a deeply gabled roof.

Pronunciation:

Cape Cod

/ˌkāp ˈkäd/