the region of the United States lying to the north of the Mason-Dixon line
the United States (especially the northern states during the American Civil War)
"he has visited every state in the Union"; "Lee hoped to detach Maryland from the Union"; "the North's superior resources turned the scale"
north, due north, northward, Nnoun
the cardinal compass point that is at 0 or 360 degrees
a location in the northern part of a country, region, or city
the direction corresponding to the northward cardinal compass point
north, magnetic north, compass northnoun
the direction in which a compass needle points
North, Frederick North, Second Earl of Guilfordadjective
British statesman under George III whose policies led to rebellion in the American colonies (1732-1792)
situated in or facing or moving toward or coming from the north
"artists like north light"; "the north portico"
north, northerly, northwards, northwardadverb
in a northern direction
"they earn more up north"; "Let's go north!"
One of the four major compass points, specifically 0°, directed toward the North Pole, and conventionally upwards on a map.
Minnesota is in the north of the USA.
The up or positive direction.
Stock prices are heading north.
Above or higher
The price you're offering had better be north of the highest price this company has ever traded for. - Tom Aldredge in the movie Barbarians at the Gate
The positive or north pole of a magnet, which seeks the magnetic pole near Earth's geographic North Pole (which, for its magnetic properties, is a south pole).
Toward the north; northward.
Of or pertaining to the north; northern.
Toward the north; northward.
Of wind, from the north.
The north wind was cold.
Pertaining to the part of a corridor used by northbound traffic.
north highway 1
The Union during the American Civil War.
The North lost most battles early in the war.
The North of England, a cultural region.
The northern states of the United States.
The northern part of any region.
Etymology: from norþ, cognate with various Germanic counterparts such as Dutch noord(en), all from a nurþan, and cognate with Greek possibly all ultimately from a ner-, as north is to the left when one faces the rising sun.
that one of the four cardinal points of the compass, at any place, which lies in the direction of the true meridian, and to the left hand of a person facing the east; the direction opposite to the south
any country or region situated farther to the north than another; the northern section of a country
specifically: That part of the United States lying north of Mason and Dixon's line. See under Line
lying toward the north; situated at the north, or in a northern direction from the point of observation or reckoning; proceeding toward the north, or coming from the north
to turn or move toward the north; to veer from the east or west toward the north
Etymology: [AS. nor; akin to D. noord, G., Sw., & Dan. nord, Icel. norr. Cf. Norman, Norse.]
North is a noun, adjective, or adverb indicating direction or geography. North is one of the four cardinal directions or compass points. It is the opposite of south and is perpendicular to east and west. By convention, the top side of a map is often north. To go north using a compass for navigation, set a bearing or azimuth of 0° or 360°. North is specifically the direction that, in Western culture, is treated as the fundamental direction: ⁕North is used to define all other directions. ⁕The top edges of maps usually correspond to the northern edge of the area represented, unless explicitly stated otherwise or landmarks are considered more useful for that territory than specific directions. ⁕On any rotating object, north denotes the side appearing to rotate counter-clockwise when viewed from afar along the axis of rotation.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
north, n. the point opposite the sun at noon: one of the four cardinal points of the horizon: the side of a church to the left of one facing the principal altar: that portion of the United States north of the former slave-holding states—i.e. north of Maryland, the Ohio, and Missouri.—adv. to or in the north.—ns. North′-cock, the snow bunting; North′-east, the point between the north and east, equidistant from each.—adj. belonging to or from the north-east.—n. North′-east′er, a wind from the north-east.—adjs. North′-east′erly, toward or coming from the north-east; North′-east′ern, belonging to the north-east: being in the north-east, or in that direction.—adv. North′-east′ward, toward the north-east.—ns. North′er (th), a wind or gale from the north, esp. applied to a cold wind that blows in winter over Texas and the Gulf of Mexico; North′erliness (th), state of being toward the north.—adj. North′erly (th), being toward the north: coming from the north.—adv. toward or from the north.—adj. North′ern (th), pertaining to the north: being in the north or in the direction toward it: proceeding from the north.—n. an inhabitant of the north.—n. North′erner (th), a native of, or resident in, the north, esp. of the northern United States.—adjs. North′ernmost (th), North′most, situate at the point farthest north.—ns. North′ing, motion, distance, or tendency northward: distance of a heavenly body from the equator northward: difference of latitude made by a ship in sailing northward: deviation towards the north; North′man, one of the ancient Scandinavians; North′-pole, the point in the heavens, or beneath it on the earth's surface, ninety degrees north of the equator; North′-star, the north polar star; Northum′brian, a native of the modern Northumberland, or of the ancient kingdom of Northumbria, stretching from the Humber to the Forth: that variety of English spoken in Northumbria before the Conquest—also adj.—adjs. North′ward, North′wardly, being toward the north.—adv. toward the north—also North′wards.—n. North′-west, the point between the north and west, equidistant from each.—adj. pertaining to or from the north-west.—adjs. North′-west′erly, toward or coming from the north-west; North′-west′ern, belonging to the north-west: pertaining to, or being in, the north-west or in that direction.—North water, the space of open sea left by the winter pack of ice moving southward.—North-east Passage, a passage for ships along the north coasts of Europe and Asia to the Pacific, first made by Nordenskiöld in 1878-79; Northern lights, the aurora borealis (q.v.); North-west Passage, a sea-way for ships from the Atlantic into the Pacific along the northern coast of America, fir
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
From the Anglo-Saxon nord.
Is an intuitively known direction or compass point on a navigational system on planet earth.
North is the other direction to south and is perpendicular to east and west.Submitted by MaryC on February 9, 2017
The north symbol -- In this Symbols.com article you will learn about the meaning of the north symbol and its characteristic.
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Rank popularity for the word 'North' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #578
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Rank popularity for the word 'North' in Written Corpus Frequency: #900
Rank popularity for the word 'North' in Nouns Frequency: #236
Rt Hon, Thorn, thorn
The numerical value of North in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of North in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
EricHolder has been at this for years. They have this whole sue until bluementality, so, even a state like North Carolinawhere Republicans are in charge of the Assembly and the Senate -- the two Houses there -- theyve gone to court and over the years theyve gotten involved in Supreme Court races. So now, the liberals -- Eric Holders team -- now [control] who is on the Supreme Court in North Carolina.
I'm not sure that constantly quoting the Libya model is the diplomatic way to try to get to the results that we try to seek in North Korea.
At that time you were insulted by law clerks, excluded from white bar associations and when I was in court, I was lucky to be called Ben, usually it was just ‘boy.’ [But] the judges were always fair. The discrimination of those days has changed and, today, the South is ahead of the North in many respects in civil rights progress.
The bill represents something of a paradox : it is an attempt to hold online platforms accountable for their role in facilitating online sexual abuse in a country with a domestic economy heavily dependent on the outsourcing of IT-BPO labor like social media content moderation from the global north.
Tonight, the Department of Justice informed me that it has concluded its review of my personal financial transactions conducted early last year, the case is now closed. I’m glad to hear it. My focus has been and will continue to be working for the people of North Carolina during this difficult time for our nation.
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- по́ўнач, паўно́чныBelarusian
- север, северенBulgarian
- septentrió, nordCatalan, Valencian
- sever, půlnoc, severníCzech
- сѣверъOld Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian
- nordlig, nordDanish
- Norden, NordGerman
- βόρεια, βορράς, βόρειος, βορείωςGreek
- norde, norda, nordoEsperanto
- põhi, põhjaEstonian
- ipar, helburuBasque
- pohjoisnapa, pohjoinen, pohjois-, pohjaFinnish
- septentrion, nordFrench
- noard, noardenWestern Frisian
- tuath, a tuathScottish Gaelic
- ao norte, norteGalician
- északi, északHungarian
- հյուսիսային, հյուսիսArmenian
- norda, nordoIdo
- nord, a nord, settentrioneItalian
- 北, 北方Japanese
- ler, lorJavanese
- avannarleqKalaallisut, Greenlandic
- 北, 북Korean
- bakur, باکورKurdish
- septentriō, borealis, NorthLatin
- ເໜືອ, ທິດເໜືອLao
- uz ziemeļiem, ziemeļiLatvian
- raki, tokerauMāori
- север, северно, северен, севернаMacedonian
- хойд, умард зүгMongolian
- utara, syamaliMalay
- ta' fuq, tramuntanaMaltese
- noorden, noordelijk, noordwaarts, stijgendeDutch
- náhookǫsNavajo, Navaho
- giiwedinongOjibwe, Ojibwa
- ਉੱਤਰPanjabi, Punjabi
- północny, północPolish
- nortista, norte, setentrional, [[ao]] [[norte]], [[do]] [[norte]], nortenhoPortuguese
- норд, к се́веру, северный, север, на се́верRussian
- sjever, север, сјевер, severSerbo-Croatian
- උතුරSinhala, Sinhalese
- nord, norrSwedish
- kaskazi, hanaliSwahili
- ఉత్తరము, ఉత్తరంTelugu
- kuzeye, kuzey, şimalTurkish
- північ, на пі́вніч, півні́чнийUkrainian
- شمال, اتر, نارتھUrdu
- phía bắc, hướng bắcVietnamese
- nolüdik, nolüdVolapük
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