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holland         
      n   a coarse linen cloth, used esp. for furnishing  
     (C15: after Holland1, where it was made)  


Hoek van Holland

  

      n      the Dutch name for the       Hook of Holland  
Holland   [1]  
      n  
1       another name for the       Netherlands  
2    a county of the Holy Roman Empire, corresponding to the present-day North and South Holland provinces of the Netherlands  
3    Parts of. an area in E England constituting a former administrative division of Lincolnshire  
Holland   [2]  
      n  
1    Henry. 1745--1806, British neoclassical architect. His work includes Brooks's Club (1776) and Carlton House (1783), both in London  
2    Sir Sidney George. 1893--1961, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1949--57)  
Hook of Holland  
      n  
the  
1    a cape on the SW coast of the Netherlands, in South Holland province  
2    a port on this cape,   (Dutch name)    Hoek van Holland  
North Holland  
      n   a province of the NW Netherlands, on the peninsula between the North Sea and IJsselmeer: includes the West Frisian Island of Texel. Capital: Haarlem. Pop.: 2468400 (1996 est.). Area: 2663 sq. km (1029 sq. miles),   (Dutch name)    Noordholland  
Parts of Holland  
      n      See       Holland   1       3  
South Holland  
      n   a province of the SW Netherlands, on the North Sea: lying mostly below sea level, it has a coastal strip of dunes and is drained chiefly by distributaries of the Rhine, with large areas of reclaimed land; the most densely populated province in the country, intensively cultivated and industrialized. Capital: The Hague. Pop.: 3332900 (1996 est.). Area: 3196 sq. km (1234 sq. miles),   (Dutch name)    Zuidholland  
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Holland          [1]  
      n  
1       another name for the       Netherlands  
2    a county of the Holy Roman Empire, corresponding to the present-day North and South Holland provinces of the Netherlands  
3    Parts of. an area in E England constituting a former administrative division of Lincolnshire  

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Holland          [2]  
      n  
1    Henry. 1745--1806, British neoclassical architect. His work includes Brooks's Club (1776) and Carlton House (1783), both in London  
2    Sir Sidney George. 1893--1961, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1949--57)  

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Netherlands  
      n   functioning as sing or pl  
the  
1      (Also called)    Holland          a kingdom in NW Europe, on the North Sea: declared independence from Spain in 1581 as the United Provinces; became a major maritime and commercial power in the 17th century, gaining many overseas possessions; a member of the European Union. It is mostly flat and low-lying, with about 40 per cent of the land being below sea level, much of it on polders protected by dykes. Official language: Dutch. Religion: Christian majority, Protestant and Roman Catholic, large nonreligious minority. Currency: euro and guilder. Capital: Amsterdam, with the seat of government at The Hague. Pop.: 15691000 (1998 est.). Area: 41526 sq. km (16033 sq. miles),   (Dutch name)    Nederland  
2    the kingdom of the Netherlands together with the Flemish-speaking part of Belgium, esp. as ruled by Spain and Austria before 1581; the Low Countries  
  Netherlander      n  


Hoek van Holland  
      n      the Dutch name for the       Hook of Holland  
holland  
      n   a coarse linen cloth, used esp. for furnishing  
     (C15: after Holland1, where it was made)  
Holland          [1]  
      n  
1       another name for the       Netherlands  
2    a county of the Holy Roman Empire, corresponding to the present-day North and South Holland provinces of the Netherlands  
3    Parts of. an area in E England constituting a former administrative division of Lincolnshire  
Holland          [2]  
      n  
1    Henry. 1745--1806, British neoclassical architect. His work includes Brooks's Club (1776) and Carlton House (1783), both in London  
2    Sir Sidney George. 1893--1961, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1949--57)  
Hook of Holland  
      n  
the  
1    a cape on the SW coast of the Netherlands, in South Holland province  
2    a port on this cape,   (Dutch name)    Hoek van Holland  
North Holland  
      n   a province of the NW Netherlands, on the peninsula between the North Sea and IJsselmeer: includes the West Frisian Island of Texel. Capital: Haarlem. Pop.: 2468400 (1996 est.). Area: 2663 sq. km (1029 sq. miles),   (Dutch name)    Noordholland  
Parts of Holland  
      n      See        Holland          1       3  
South Holland  
      n   a province of the SW Netherlands, on the North Sea: lying mostly below sea level, it has a coastal strip of dunes and is drained chiefly by distributaries of the Rhine, with large areas of reclaimed land; the most densely populated province in the country, intensively cultivated and industrialized. Capital: The Hague. Pop.: 3332900 (1996 est.). Area: 3196 sq. km (1234 sq. miles),   (Dutch name)    Zuidholland  

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