Definition of St. Thomas in US English:

St. Thomas

proper noun

  • An island in the Caribbean Sea, the second largest of the US Virgin Islands, east of Puerto Rico; population 53,700 (est. 2009); chief town, Charlotte Amalie. Settled by the Dutch in 1657, it passed to Denmark in 1666, which sold it to the US in 1917.


St. Thomas

/ˌsānt ˈtäməs/