A Group of Islands Is Called?

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The name for a group of islands is archipelago. It is a stretch of water that is filled with many islands. The word archipelago is coined from the Greek words arkhi meaning chief and pelages, which refers to sea.
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Archipelago is the name used to describe a group of islands. An island is land that is surrounded by water and smaller than a continent.
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