Which of these is an English translation of the name of a dependent territory of New Zealand?
Tokelau is the dependent territory in question, known previously as the Union Islands, and, until 1976, known officially as the Tokelau Islands. Along with English, Tokelauan -- a Polynesian language -- is the official language of Tokelau. In that language “Tokelau” simply means "North-northeast" or “North by Northeast.”
Tokelau is in the southern Pacific Ocean and consists of three tropical coral atolls: Atafu, Nukunonu, and Fakaofo. It was settled about 1,000 years ago from Samoa. The islands were once a British colony. Now Tokelau is a dependent territory of New Zealand, but is officially referred to as a nation by both the New Zealand government and the Tokelauan government.
Tokelau has a population of approximately 1,500 people, the fourth-smallest population of any sovereign state or dependency in the world. It has the smallest economy of any sovereign nation, although it is a leader in renewable energy, being the first 100% solar powered nation in the world.
The picture is of the Tokelau national flag.