North Island
geographical name island N New Zealand area 44,297 square miles (114,729 square kilometers), population 2,553,413

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  • North Island — N island of the two main islands of New Zealand: 44,702 sq mi (115,778 sq km); pop. 2,553,000 …   English World dictionary

  • North Island —   [ nɔːθ aɪlənd], die Nordinsel Neuseelands …   Universal-Lexikon

  • North Island — For other uses, see North Island (disambiguation). North Island Te Ika a Māui (Māori) Geography Location New Zeala …   Wikipedia

  • North Island — Den Namen North Island bzw. Nordinsel tragen zahlreiche Inseln, etwa Nordinsel (Neuseeland) (engl. North Island), eine der Hauptinseln von Neuseeland North Island, eine der Titi oder Muttonbird Islands in der Nähe von Steward Island in Neuseeland …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • North Island — the northernmost principal island of New Zealand. 2,268,393; 44,281 sq. mi. (114,690 sq. km). * * * Island (pop., 2001 est.: 2,849,724), New Zealand. The smaller of the country s two principal islands, it is separated from South Island by the… …   Universalium

  • North Island — Île du Nord Île du Nord North Island (en) Géographie Pays …   Wikipédia en Français

  • North Island — North Is|land one of the two main islands of New Zealand, which includes Wellington, New Zealand s capital city →↑South Island …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • North Island — North′ Is′land n. geg the northernmost principal island of New Zealand. 2,438,249; 44,281 sq. mi. (114,690 sq. km) …   From formal English to slang

  • North Island — noun the smaller but more populous of two main islands of New Zealand; separated from South Island by Cook Strait • Instance Hypernyms: ↑island • Part Holonyms: ↑New Zealand, ↑New Zealand Islands …   Useful english dictionary

  • North Island — /nɔθ ˈaɪlənd/ (say nawth uyluhnd) noun one of the two main islands of NZ, separated from the South Island by Cook Strait. About 114 700 km2 …   Australian English dictionary

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