Aomori
geographical name city & port N Japan in NE Honshu on Mutsu Bay population 287,354

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Aomori — Aomori,   1) Hauptstadt der japanischen Präfektur (Ken) Aomori, auf Honshū, 288 000 Einwohner;   Wirtschaft:   Holzumschlag, Fischerei, Textil und Metallindustrie;   Verkehr:   Hafen an der Aomoribucht, Eisenbah …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Aomori — [ou′mə rē΄] seaport in northernmost Honshu, Japan, on an inlet of the Sea of Japan: pop. 293,000 …   English World dictionary

  • Aomori — /ah aw maw rddee/, n. a seaport on N Honshu, in N Japan. 287,609. * * * ▪ Japan       city and capital of Aomori ken (prefecture), Japan, located on Aomori Bay. One of Japan s most important transportation centres, it is the terminus of both… …   Universalium

  • Aomori — noun a) Aomori Prefecture in Tohoku area(Northern East area) of Japan. b) a city, Aomori in Aomori prefecture, Japan, capital of Aomori prefecture …   Wiktionary

  • Aomori — One who is very gifted in music. Specifically used to describe a Julliard student. Did you see how fast that aomori played the concerto? He did it in a second …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Aomori — One who is very gifted in music. Specifically used to describe a Julliard student. Did you see how fast that aomori played the concerto? He did it in a second …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Aomori — n. seaport city in Honshu (main island of Japan); Aomori prefecture …   English contemporary dictionary

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