Northing



[nawr-thing, -th ing] /ˈnɔr θɪŋ, -ðɪŋ/

noun, Navigation.
1.
northward movement or deviation.
2.
distance due made on any course tending northward.
/ˈnɔːθɪŋ; -ðɪŋ/
noun
1.
(nautical) movement or distance covered in a northerly direction, esp as expressed in the resulting difference in latitude
2.
(astronomy) a north or positive declination
3.
(cartography)

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