Lower Saxony

Lower Saxony
or German Niedersachsen geographical name state of Germany & formerly of West Germany bordering on North Sea capital Hannover area 18,305 square miles (47,410 square kilometers), population 7,387,200 — see saxony

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Lower Saxony — state of NW Germany, on the North Sea: 18,382 sq mi (47,609 sq km); pop. 7,715,000; cap. Hanover …   English World dictionary

  • Lower Saxony — The subject of this article was previously also known as Saxony. For other uses, see Saxony (disambiguation). Lower Saxony Niedersachsen (German) Neddersassen (Low Saxon)   State of Germany   …   Wikipedia

  • Lower Saxony — /loh euhr/ a state in NW Germany. 7,162,000; 18,294 sq. mi. (47,380 sq. km). Cap.: Hanover, German, Niedersachsen. * * * ▪ state, Germany German  Niedersachsen    Land (state) of Germany. The country s se …   Universalium

  • Lower Saxony — Admin ASC 1 Code Orig. name Lower Saxony Country and Admin Code DE.06 DE …   World countries Adminstrative division ASC I-II

  • Lower Saxony — noun One of the component states of Germany according to the current administrative division of the nation …   Wiktionary

  • Lower Saxony — Neidersachsen including most of Brunswick, Hannover, Oldenburg, and Schaumburg Lippe …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Lower Saxony — state in northern Germany …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Lower Saxony — Low′er Sax′ony [[t]ˈloʊ ər[/t]] n. geg a state in NW Germany. 7,715,363; 18,294 sq. mi. (47,380 sq. km) Cap.: Hanover 3) German, Niedersachsen …   From formal English to slang

  • Lower Saxony — /loʊə ˈsæksəni/ (say lohuh saksuhnee) noun a state in northern Germany (formerly in West Germany). 47 392 km2. Capital: Hanover. German, Niedersachsen …   Australian English dictionary

  • Lower Saxony — noun a state in northwestern Germany • Instance Hypernyms: ↑state, ↑province • Part Holonyms: ↑Germany, ↑Federal Republic of Germany, ↑Deutschland, ↑FRG …   Useful english dictionary

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