m (-es/-as) Nottingham

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  • Nottingham — This article is about the City of Nottingham in England. For the county, see Nottinghamshire. For The University of Nottingham, see The University of Nottingham. For other uses, see Nottingham (disambiguation). City of Nottingham   City …   Wikipedia

  • History of Nottingham — This article is about the history of Nottingham. Early history Nottingham is relatively unusual among big manufacturing cities in Britain in having a mediæval and pre industrial past of equal importance to its more recent one. The first evidence… …   Wikipedia

  • Nottingham — ██████████5 % …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nottingham — /not ing euhm/ or, U.S. often / ham /, n. 1. a city in SW Nottinghamshire, in central England. 287,800. 2. Nottinghamshire. * * * City and unitary authority (pop., 2001: 266,995), geographic and historic county of Nottinghamshire, north central… …   Universalium

  • Nottingham —   [ nɔtɪȖəm], Hauptstadt der County Nottinghamshire, Mittelengland, am Trent, 282 000 Einwohner; katholischer Bischofssitz; Universität (gegründet 1881 als University College, erhielt 1948 Universitätsstatus), Nottingham Polytechnic (gegründet… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Νότινγχαμ — (Nottingham). Πόλη (282.440 κάτ. το 2002) της Αγγλίας, πρωτεύουσα της ομώνυμης κομητείας, στη συμβολή του ποταμού Λιν με τον Τρεντ, σε μια κυματοειδή και πεδινή περιοχή πλούσια σε ανθρακωρυχεία, 180 χλμ. ΒΔ του Λονδίνου. Σαξονικής προέλευσης… …   Dictionary of Greek

  • Nottingham — [nät′iŋ əm] [< OE Snotingaham < Snoting, people of Snot (< Snot, personal name < snotor, wise + inga, patronymic suffix) + ham, HOME] 1. NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 2. county seat of Nottinghamshire, central England: county district pop. 264,000 …   English World dictionary

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