a river in NE British Columbia, flowing NW to the Liard River. 100 miles (160 km) long.
a town on this river and the Alaska Highway.
[fawrt-nahyt, -nit] /ˈfɔrtˌnaɪt, -nɪt/ noun 1. the space of fourteen nights and days; two weeks. /ˈfɔːtˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a period of 14 consecutive days; two weeks n. 17c. contraction of Middle English fourteniht, from Old English feowertyne niht, literally “fourteen nights,” preserving the ancient Germanic custom of reckoning by nights, mentioned by Tacitus in “Germania” […]
[fawrt-nahyt-lee] /ˈfɔrtˌnaɪt li/ adjective 1. occurring or appearing once a . adverb 2. once a . noun, plural fortnightlies. 3. a periodical issued every two weeks. /ˈfɔːtˌnaɪtlɪ/ adjective 1. occurring or appearing once each fortnight adverb 2. once a fortnight noun (pl) -lies 3. a publication issued at intervals of two weeks
noun 1. a former Dutch fort on the site of Albany, N.Y. [awr-inj, or-; French aw-rahnzh for 3, 6] /ˈɔr ɪndʒ, ˈɒr-; French ɔˈrɑ̃ʒ for 3, 6/ noun 1. a member of a European princely family ruling in the United Kingdom from 1688 to 1694 and in the Netherlands since 1815. 2. a river in […]
noun 1. a town in NE Alabama.