[nawrth-luh nd, -land]
- the land or region in the north.
- the northern part of a country.
- (initial capital letter) the peninsula containing Norway and Sweden.
Origin of northland
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Examples from the Web for northland
On the same block, Northland Chop Suey, a Chinese restaurant, has been looted at least two times.Ferguson's Other Race Problem: Riots Damaged Asian-Owned Stores
August 20, 2014
The soldiers of the Northland cried to him for help as often as they did to his father, Woden.Classic Myths
Mary Catherine Judd
The sun had come back, and all the awakening Northland world was calling to him.White Fang
He was now twenty-eight, and if there was a handsomer man in the Northland I had yet to see him.
He's the worst gambler in the Northland, and no amount of wealth will ever satisfy him.
The Innuits, children of the Northland, call it "the spirits of the dead at play."A Labrador Doctor
Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
- the peninsula containing Norway and Sweden
- (in Canada) the far north
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