Definition of Naypyidaw in US English:

Naypyidaw

(also Nay Pyi Taw)

proper noun

  • The capital of Burma (Myanmar); population 925,000 (est. 2007). Situated in a previously undeveloped area of relative isolation, the city was founded in 2005 for the express purpose of replacing Rangoon as the nation's administrative capital.

Pronunciation

Naypyidaw

/ˈnāpyēˌdô/