[oz-loh, os-; Norwegian oo s-loo] /ˈɒz loʊ, ˈɒs-; Norwegian ˈʊs lʊ/
a seaport in and the capital of Norway, in the SE part, at the head of Oslo Fiord.
[nawr-wey] /ˈnɔr weɪ/
Norwegian Norge. a kingdom in N Europe, in the W part of the Scandinavian Peninsula. 124,555 sq. mi. (322,597 sq. km).
/ˈɒzləʊ; Norwegian ˈuslu/
the capital and chief port of Norway, in the southeast at the head of Oslo Fjord (an inlet of the Skagerrak): founded in about 1050; university (1811); a major commercial and industrial centre, producing about a quarter of Norway’s total output. Pop: 521 886 (2004 est) Former name (1624–1877) Christiania, (1877–1924) Kristiania
a kingdom in NW Europe, occupying the W part of the Scandinavian peninsula: first united in the Viking age (800–1050); under the rule of Denmark (1523–1814) and Sweden (1814–1905); became an independent monarchy in 1905. Its coastline is deeply indented by fjords and fringed with islands, rising inland to plateaus and mountains. Norway has a large fishing fleet and its merchant navy is among the world’s largest. Official language: Norwegian. Official religion: Evangelical Lutheran. Currency: krone. Capital: Oslo. Pop: 4 722 701 (2013 est). Area: 323 878 sq km (125 050 sq miles) Norwegian name Norge
Norwegian capital, probably based on Old Norse os “estuary, river mouth,” based on the place’s situation.
Old English Norweg, Norþweg from Old Norse Norvegr “north way, a way leading to the north” (see north + way); contrasted with suthrvegar “south way,” i.e. Germany, and austrvegr “east way,” the Baltic lands.
Capital of Norway and largest city in the country, located at the head of a fjord on Norway’s southern coast; Norway’s main port and chief commercial, industrial, and transportation center.
Constitutional monarchy in northern Europe, located in western Scandinavia. Its capital and largest city is Oslo.
Note: Norway was occupied by German troops in World War II.
Note: Though traditionally neutral, Norway became a member of NATO in 1949. One of its chief industries is oil production from the North Sea.
- Oslo accord
An agreement brokered by Norway after months of secret negotiations between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in 1993. By its terms, Israel and the PLO recognized each other. The PLO renounced terrorism, and Israel agreed to withdraw its military and civil authorities from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank town of Jericho, […]
noun 1. an inlet of the Skagerrak, in SE Norway. 75 miles (120 km) long.
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement
[oz-muh n, os-; Turkish os-mahn] /ˈɒz mən, ˈɒs-; Turkish ɒsˈmɑn/ noun 1. 1259–1326, Turkish emir 1299–1326: founder of the Ottoman dynasty.