[nawr-fuh k; for 2, 3 also nawr-fawk] /ˈnɔr fək; for 2, 3 also ˈnɔr fɔk/
a county in E England. 2068 sq. mi. (5355 sq. km).
a seaport in SE Virginia: naval base.
a city in NE Nebraska.
a county of E England, on the North Sea and the Wash: low-lying, with large areas of fens in the west and the Broads in the east; rich agriculturally. Administrative centre: Norwich. Pop: 810 700 (2003 est). Area: 5368 sq km (2072 sq miles)
a port in SE Virginia, on the Elizabeth River and Hampton Roads: headquarters of the US Atlantic fleet; shipbuilding. Pop: 241 727 (2003 est)
Nordfolc (1066) “(Territory of the) Northern People (of the East Angles).” The Norfolk pine (1778), used as an ornamental tree, is from Norfolk Island in the South Pacific, northwest of New Zealand.
Norfolk [(nawr-fuhk, nawr-fawk)]
City in southeastern Virginia.
Note: Known for its harbor and naval base; shipbuilding center.
noun 1. an island in the S Pacific between New Caledonia and New Zealand: a territory of Australia. 13 sq. mi. (34 sq. km). noun 1. an island in the S Pacific, between New Caledonia and N New Zealand: an Australian external territory; discovered by Captain Cook in 1774; a penal settlement in early years. […]
noun 1. a coniferous evergreen tree, Araucaria heterophylla (or A. excelsa), having whorled branches and needlelike foliage, widely cultivated as a houseplant. noun 1. a tall coniferous tree, Araucaria heterophylla, native to Norfolk Island and widely cultivated
noun 1. a loosely belted single-breasted jacket, with box pleats in front and back. noun 1. a man’s single-breasted belted jacket with one or two chest pockets and a box pleat down the back
noun 1. one of an English breed of small short-legged hunting terriers having a straight, wiry, red, black and tan, or grizzle coat, and dropped ears that distinguish it from the Norwich terrier. noun 1. a small wiry-coated breed of terrier having a short tail and pendent ears