How did Guam get its name: When sailors from Spain came to Guam, the native Chamorro people would run out to their ships to sell fruit, calling “Guahan!”. “Guahan” means “I have,” and it sounded like “Guam” to the Spanish sailors, who named the island after this greeting

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