Bronx
or the Bronx geographical name borough of New York City on the mainland NE of Manhattan Island population 1,332,650

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Bronx — Borough de los Estados Unidos …   Wikipedia Español

  • BRONX — District septentrional de New York, et l’un des cinq boroughs de la municipalité incorporés en 1898, le Bronx s’individualise par sa localisation géographique: le borough le plus septentrional est, en effet, le seul qui soit situé sur le… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bronx — named for Jonas Bronck, who settled there in 1641. Jonas Bronck, who arrived at New Amsterdam in 1639, and whose name is perpetuated in Bronx Borough, Bronx Park, Bronxville in New York was a Scandinavian, in all probability a Dane and originally …   Etymology dictionary

  • Bronx — the Bronx a ↑county, and one of the five ↑boroughs, of New York City …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Bronx — [bräŋks] [after Jonas Bronck, early N.Y. settler] northernmost borough of New York City, between the Harlem River & Long Island Sound: pop. 1,333,000: usually called the Bronx …   English World dictionary

  • Bronx — Verwaltung US Bundesstaat: New York Verwaltungssitz: Gründung: 1639 Demographie Einwohner: 1.391.903  (2008 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bronx — 40° 50′ 14″ N 73° 53′ 10″ W / 40.8372, 73.8861 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bronx — Bronxite, n. /brongks/, n. 1. the, a borough of New York City, N of Manhattan. 1,168,972; 43.4 sq. mi. (112 sq. km). 2. a cocktail of gin, sweet and dry vermouth, and orange juice. * * * Borough (pop., 2000: 1,332,650), New York, New York, U.S.… …   Universalium

  • Bronx — El Bronx es una de las cinco comunas de la ciudad de Nueva York, tiene los mismos límites que el Condado del Bronx en el Estado de Nueva York. Es la comuna que se encuentra mas al norte y es la única de las cinco que no es una isla. Fue bautizada …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Bronx — borough. N New York City, New York 10400*; pop. 1,203,789. Also the Bronx …   Webster's Gazetteer

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