Van·cou·ver

[van-koo-ver] 

noun

1.  George, 1758–98, English explorer.
2.  A large island in SW Canada, off the SW coast of British Columbia. 12,408 sq. mi. (32,135 sq. km).
3.  A seaport in SW British Columbia, on the Strait of Georgia opposite SE Vancouver island.
4.  A city in SW Washington.
5.  A mountain on the boundary between Alaska and Canada, in the St. Elias Mountains. 15,700 feet (4785 meters).