Also called Perthshire. a historic county in central Scotland.
a city in this county: a port on the Tay River.
a city in and the capital of Western Australia, in SW Australia.
a state in W Australia. 975,920 sq. mi. (2,527,635 sq. km).
a city in central Scotland, in Perth and Kinross on the River Tay: capital of Scotland from the 12th century until the assassination of James I there in 1437. Pop: 43 450 (2001)
a city in SW Australia, capital of Western Australia, on the Swan River: major industrial centre; University of Western Australia (1911). Pop: 1 176 542 (2001)
a state of W Australia: mostly an arid undulating plateau, with the Great Sandy Desert, Gibson Desert, and Great Victoria Desert in the interior; settlement concentrated in the southwest; rich mineral resources. Capital: Perth. Pop: 1 969 046 (2003 est). Area: 2 527 636 sq km (975 920 sq miles)
[am-boi] /ˈæm bɔɪ/ noun 1. a seaport in E New Jersey.
- Perth and kinross
/kɪnˈrɒs/ noun 1. a council area of N central Scotland, corresponding mainly to the historical counties of Perthshire and Kinross-shire: part of Tayside Region from 1975 until 1996: chiefly mountainous, with agriculture, tourism, and forestry. Administrative centre: Perth. Pop: 135 990 (2003 est). Area: 5321 sq km (2019 sq miles)
- Perthes disease
Perthes disease Per·thes disease (pěr’tēz, -těs) n. See osteochondritis deformans juvenilis.
[pur-thahyt] /ˈpɜr θaɪt/ noun, Mineralogy. 1. a variety of feldspar containing irregular bands of albite in microcline.