a ship route along the N coast of Europe and Asia, between the North Sea and the Pacific.
a shipping route along the Arctic coasts of Europe and Asia, between the Atlantic and Pacific: first navigated by Nordenskjöld (1878–79)
noun 1. a cyclonic storm that moves northeastward within several hundred miles of the eastern coast of the U.S. and Canada, particularly in fall and winter, its often strong northeast winds causing high seas and coastal damage and bearing rain or snow.
[nawrth-eest-werdz; Nautical nawr-eest-werdz] /ˌnɔrθˈist wərdz; Nautical ˌnɔrˈist wərdz/ adverb 1. . [nawrth-eest-werd; Nautical nawr-eest-werd] /ˌnɔrθˈist wərd; Nautical ˌnɔrˈist wərd/ adverb, adjective 1. Also, northeastwardly. toward the . noun 2. the . /ˌnɔːθˈiːstwədz; nautical ˌnɔːrˈiːstwədz/ adverb 1. to the northeast /ˌnɔːθˈiːstwəd; nautical ˌnɔːrˈiːstwəd/ adjective 1. towards or (esp of a wind) from the northeast noun 2. […]
noun 1. a westward-flowing ocean current occurring N of the equator in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
[nawr-th er] /ˈnɔr ðər/ noun 1. Chiefly Texas and Oklahoma. a cold gale from the , formed during the winter by a vigorous outbreak of continental polar air behind a cold front. 2. a wind or storm from the . /ˈnɔːðə/ noun 1. (mainly Southern US) a wind or storm from the north