Norfolk
Norfolk \Nor"folk\, n. Short for {Norfolk Jacket}. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • Norfolk — Geografie Status: Zeremonielle und Verwaltungsgrafschaft Region: East of England Fläche: 5.372 km² Verwalt …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Norfolk — es un condado situado en el sudeste de Inglaterra. Limita al oeste con Lincolnshire, al oeste y al suroeste con Cambridgeshire, y al sur con Suffolk. Al norte y al este limita con el Mar del Norte. Su capital es Norwich. Otras ciudades de esta… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Norfolk — Norfolk, NE U.S. city in Nebraska Population (2000): 23516 Housing Units (2000): 10072 Land area (2000): 9.972959 sq. miles (25.829845 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.099909 sq. miles (0.258762 sq. km) Total area (2000): 10.072868 sq. miles… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • NORFOLK — NORFOLK, central city of the Tidewater region of S.E. Virginia, noted for maritime activities and the presence of U.S. military bases. Its Jewish population in 2001 was 11,000. The first known Jewish settler in Norfolk, moses myers (1752–1835)… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • norfolk — [nɔʀfɔlk] n. m. ÉTYM. 1918; angl. Norfolk, nom d un comté de la Grande Bretagne. ❖ ♦ Vieilli. Tenue vestimentaire pour garçonnet constituée d une veste avec martingale et d une culotte courte. || Un norfolk. Appos. || Costume norfolk. 0 Sur sa… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Norfolk — coat or Norfolk jacket (made with foreand aft box pleats, big pockets, and a belt, first produced in England’s Norfolk county) …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Norfolk — Nordfolc (1066) (Territory of the) Northern People (of the East Angles). The Norfolk pine (1778), used as an ornamental tree, is from Norfolk Island in the South Pacific, northwest of New Zealand …   Etymology dictionary

  • norfolk — nòrfolk m <N mn lci> DEFINICIJA muška i ženska jakna do bokova izrađena od vunenog tvida s nadšivenim džepovima i pojasom u struku; popularna u drugoj pol. 19. stoljeća [obući norfolk] ETIMOLOGIJA engl. Norfolk jacket …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Norfolk — (spr. nóhrfock), auch Northfolk. 1) Grafschaft im östl. England, an der Nordsee, 5295 qkm, (1901) 460.040 E.; meist Tiefebene; Hauptstadt Norwich. – 2) Hafenstadt im nordamerik. Staate Virginien, am Elizabethflusse, (1900) 46.624, mit Berkley und …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Norfolk — [nôr′fək] 1. [after the county in England] seaport in SE Va., on Hampton Roads & Chesapeake Bay: pop. 234,000 2. [OE Northfolc: see NORTH & FOLK] county in E England, on the North Sea: 2,074 sq mi (5,372 sq km); pop. 746,000; county seat, Norwich …   English World dictionary

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