Sydney
geographical name city & port SE Australia on Port Jackson capital of New South Wales metropolitan area population 3,097,956 • Sydneyite nounSydneysider noun

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  • Sydney — (spr. ßíddnĭ), 1) Hauptstadt des britisch austral. Staates Neusüdwales, am südlichen Ufer des Port Jackson (s. den Lageplan, S. 232, und das Nebenkärtchen auf Karte »Australien«), einer der sichersten und geräumigsten Baien der Welt, und 6 km vom …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Sydney — Sydney, o Sídney, en grafía española, es la ciudad más grande y antigua de Australia. * * * VER Sidney * * * (as used in expressions) Adams, Walter S(ydney) Bechet, Sydney Sydney F.P.C. Healey Kay William Sydney Porter Ópera de Sydney …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Sydney — Sydney, Lady Morgan Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Lady Morgan Sydney, Lady Morgan (Nombre de soltera Owenson; cerca de 1776 – 14 abril 1859), fue una novelista irlandesa. Contenido …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sydney — Australian city, founded 1788 and named for British Home Secretary Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney (1733 1800). The family name (also Sidney) is lit. dweller by the well watered land, from O.E. sid side + ieg island …   Etymology dictionary

  • Sydney — Sydney, s. Sidney …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Sydney — (spr. ßiddnĕ), Hauptstadt der brit. austral. Kolonie Neusüdwales [Karte: Australien etc. I, 1], an der Hafenbai Port Jackson, mit den Vorstädten (1903) 511.030 E., befestigter Kriegs und Handelshafen, Universität, got. Kathedrale,… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Sydney — m, occasionally f English: variant of SIDNEY (SEE Sidney). It was a medieval practice to write y for i, for greater clarity since i was easily confused with other letters …   First names dictionary

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