[rahy-ding] /ˈraɪ dɪŋ/
a former administrative division of Yorkshire, in NE England, now part of Humberside.
- East riding of yorkshire
noun 1. a county of NE England, a historical division of Yorkshire on the North Sea and the Humber estuary: became part of Humberside in 1974; reinstated as an independent unitary authority in 1996, with a separate authority for Kingston upon Hull: chiefly agricultural and low-lying, with various industries in Hull. Administrative centre: Beverley. Pop […]
noun 1. a strait in SE New York separating Manhattan Island from Long Island and connecting New York Bay and Long Island Sound.
- East sea
(Joel 2:20; Ezek. 47:18), the Dead Sea, which lay on the east side of the Holy Land. The Mediterranean, which lay on the west, was hence called the “great sea for the west border” (Num. 34:6).
noun 1. a town in SE New York.