The word Kamchatka is an English noun used to refer to a long peninsula in the Russian Far East, lying between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Okhotsk. The term is documented as to have been of Russian origin.
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[kam-chaht-kuh, -chat-; Russian kuhm-chyaht-kuh]
a peninsula in the NE Russian Federation in Asia, extending S between the Bering Sea and the Sea of Okhotsk. 750 miles (1210 km) long; 104,200 sq. mi. (269,880 sq. km) wide.