North-island



noun
1.
the northernmost principal island of New Zealand. 44,281 sq. mi. (114,690 sq. km).
noun
1.
the northernmost of the two main islands of New Zealand. Pop: 3 087 200 (2004 est). Area: 114 729 sq km (44 297 sq miles)

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