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Newfoundland

noun New·found·land \ˈnü-fən(d)-lənd, ˈnyü-, -ˌland; n(y)ü-ˈfand-lənd\

Definition of NEWFOUNDLAND

:  any of a breed of very large heavy highly intelligent black, black-and-white, brown, or gray dogs having a thick coat and probably developed in Newfoundland

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Origin of NEWFOUNDLAND

Newfoundland, Canada
First Known Use: 1773

Newfoundland

geographical name New·found·land \ˈnü-fən(d)-lənd, ˈnyü-, -ˌland; ˌnü-fən(d)-ˈland, ˌnyü-\

Definition of NEWFOUNDLAND

island Canada in the Atlantic E of Gulf of St. Lawrence area 43,359 square miles (112,300 square kilometers)
New·found·land·er \-lən-dər, -ˌlan-; -ˈlan-dər\ noun

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NEWFOUNDLAND Defined for Kids

Newfoundland

geographical name New·found·land \ˈn(y)ü-fən(d)-lənd, -ˌland; ˌn(y)ü-fən(d)-ˈland\

Definition of NEWFOUNDLAND for Kids

island Canada in the Atlantic

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