Northern may refer to the following:
- Northern (country subdivision), various regions, states, territories, etc.
- Northern Range, a range of hills in Trinidad
- Northern Highland, a region of Wisconsin, United States
- Northern University (disambiguation), various institutions
- Northern Collegiate Institute and Vocational School (NCIVS), a school in Sarnia, Canada
- Northern Secondary School, a high school in Canada
- Northern Bank, commercial bank in Northern Ireland
- Northern Foods, based in Leeds, England
- Northern Rail, a train operating company in northern England
- Northern Railway of Canada, a defunct railway in Ontario
- Northern Records, a Southern California independent record label
- Northern Store, a food and general merchandise store owned and operated by The North West Company
- Northern Tool and Equipment
- Northern Trust, an international financial services company based in Chicago, Illinois
- The Northern pike, fish often called a "northern"
- Northern (automobile), an early American automobile
- Northern (genre) A genre of Western films set in Canada or Alaska
- Northern locomotive, a type of (4-8-4) steam locomotive
- Northern AFC, a soccer club based in Dunedin, New Zealand
- Bradford Northern, former name of the Bradford Bulls, a British rugby league football club
- List of all pages beginning with "Northern"
- Eastern (disambiguation)
- Southern (disambiguation)
- Western (disambiguation)
- Severny (disambiguation)
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Northern Qi — 北齊 ← 550–577 … Wikipedia
Northern — North ern, a. [AS. nor[eth]erne.] 1. Of or pertaining to the north; being in the north, or nearer to that point than to the east or west. [1913 Webster] 2. In a direction toward the north; as, to steer a northern course; coming from the north; as … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
northern — (adj.) O.E. norþerna, norðerne northern, Northumbrian, Scandinavian, cognate with O.H.G. nordroni, O.N. norroenn (see NORTH (Cf. north)). Related: Northernmost. Northerner in U.S. geo political sense is attested from 1831. Northern lights aurora… … Etymology dictionary
northern — ● northern nom masculin (anglais northern, du nord) En Amérique du Nord, arrivée d air polaire continental aux latitudes subtropicales, voire intertropicales … Encyclopédie Universelle
northern — ► ADJECTIVE 1) situated in, directed towards, or facing the north. 2) (usu. Northern) living in, coming from, or characteristic of the north. DERIVATIVES northernmost adjective … English terms dictionary
northern — [nôr′thərn] adj. [ME northerne < OE northerna] 1. in, of, to, toward, or facing the north 2. from the north [a northern wind ] ☆ 3. [N ] of or characteristic of the North ☆ 4. [N ] designating or of a dialect of American English spoken in New… … English World dictionary
northern — northernness, n. /nawr dheuhrn/, adj. 1. lying toward or situated in the north. 2. directed or proceeding northward. 3. coming from the north, as a wind. 4. (often cap.) of or pertaining to the North, esp. the northern U.S. 5. Astron. north of… … Universalium
Northern — Der Name Northern bezeichnet: folgende geographische Gebiete: Northern (Malta), ein Distrikt der Republik Malta Northern (Sierra Leone), eine Provinz von Sierra Leone Oro (Provinz), die ehemals Northern Province genannte Provinz von Papua… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Northern — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sur les autres projets Wikimedia : « Northern », sur le Wiktionnaire (dictionnaire universel) Arts Northern (genre): genre littéraire,… … Wikipédia en Français
northern — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English northerne, from Old English; akin to Old High German nordrōni northern, Old English north north Date: before 12th century 1. capitalized a. of, relating to, or characteristic of a region conventionally… … New Collegiate Dictionary