Associations to the word «Northeast»

Wiktionary

NORTHEAST, noun. The compass point halfway between north and east, specifically 45°, abbreviated as NE.
NORTHEAST, adjective. Towards the northeast; northeastward.
NORTHEAST, adjective. Of or pertaining to the northeast; northeastern.
NORTHEAST, adjective. From the northwest, northwesterly
NORTHEAST, proper noun. The northeastern states of the United States.
NORTHEAST, proper noun. The northeastern counties of England including Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Teesside and Durham.
NORTHEAST, proper noun. The northeastern part of any region.
NORTHEAST BY EAST, noun. The compass point halfway between northeast and east-northeast, specifically 56.25°, abbreviated as NEbE.
NORTHEAST BY NORTH, noun. The compass point halfway between northeast and north-northeast, specifically 33.75°, abbreviated as NEbN.
NORTHEAST CAUCASIAN, proper noun. A language family spoken primarily in the eastern part of the Caucasus mountains.
NORTHEAST CORRIDOR, proper noun. Amtrak's rail routes from Washington DC to Boston MA.
NORTHEAST CORRIDOR, proper noun. The populated areas located around the ground transportation routes between Washington DC and Boston MA in the northeastern United States, sometimes extended farther and wider.
NORTHEAST PASHAYI, proper noun. A language of Afghanistan.

Dictionary definition

NORTHEAST, noun. The compass point midway between north and east; at 45 degrees.
NORTHEAST, noun. The northeastern region of the United States.
NORTHEAST, noun. The direction corresponding to the northeastward compass point.
NORTHEAST, noun. A location in the northeastern part of a country, region, or city.
NORTHEAST, adverb. To, toward, or in the northeast.
NORTHEAST, adjective. Situated in or oriented toward the northeast; "the northeasterly part of the island".
NORTHEAST, adjective. Coming from the northeast; "northeasterly winds".

Wise words

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