[luhn-duh n-der-ee] /ˈlʌn dənˌdɛr i/
a county in N Northern Ireland. 804 sq. mi. (2082 sq. km).
its county seat: a seaport.
a town in SE New Hampshire.
a historical county of NW Northern Ireland, on the Atlantic: in 1973 replaced for administrative purposes by the districts of Coleraine, Derry, Limavady, and Magherafelt. Area: 2108 sq km (814 sq miles)
a port in N Northern Ireland, second city of Northern Ireland: given to the City of London in 1613 to be colonized by Londoners; besieged by James II’s forces (1688–89). Pop: 83 699 (2001)
[luhn-duh-ner] /ˈlʌn də nər/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of . /ˈlʌndənə/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of London n. mid-15c., from London + -er (1).
[luhn-duh-nesk] /ˌlʌn dəˈnɛsk/ adjective 1. resembling or characteristic of London, England. 2. resembling or characteristic of the writings of Jack London.
plural noun, Physics, Chemistry. 1. forces between atoms or molecules that are related to the physical rather than the chemical properties of the molecules and that are attractive when the particles are in the lowest energy state.
/lʌnˈdʌnɪˌstɑːn/ noun 1. an informal name for London, as considered by some people as a base for radical Islamists