1. small peninsula; cape; promontory; headlandSee also 岬 みさき
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2. Cape (geography)In geography, a cape is a headland or promontory of significant size extending into a body of water, usually the sea. A cape usually represents a marked change in trend of the coastline. Their proximity to the coastline makes them prone to natural forms of erosion, mainly tidal actions. This results in capes having a relatively short geologic lifespan. Capes can be formed by glaciers, volcanoes, and changes in sea level. Erosion plays a large role in each of these methods of formation.
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岬 【さき】埼 【さき】碕 【さき】﨑 【さき】


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