Common misspellings for north:
noth, naythig, neith, ourth, morth, forthe, onthe, northan, couth, bourth, farnworth, northen, knotch, natha, knowthe, anothe, turth, snooth, northa, nothis, northpark, sounth, aouth, noght, knith, anoth, fuorth, nothave, nother, warnth, anothy, knowthat, biorth, northem, neithia, noother, nortth, montth, nothgn, mnoth, nothc, nort, sourth, narthis, tirth, notrth, anouthe, intthe, norths, anouth, northeat, cynth, nothin, nourth, fouth, nrth, noirth, thorthia, innorth, gorth, nothr, borth, yourth, vineeth, northop, aerth, ngith, neardeath, nroth, nonethe, forwth, orth, shorth, northshore, neverthe, wortth, enorth, northing, neathe, northon, bnoth, enoughth, northe, norrth, nofurther, neithr, orthar, onethe, gorwth, notrh, notheir, naptha, northn, won'th, neuoropathy, courth, naugthy, nothi, norht, porth, counth, ointhe, whorth, nothig, horth, nothre, nigth, enuth, orthe, wourth, nauthgy, neuopathy, newth, northj, nporth, noerth, thenorth, phonebooth, gourth, onearth, won'thy, wnough, 29nth, sorth, nough, nboth, noeth, thorth, nouther, knowthey, neeth, nothe, notethe, donth, neithor, yuouth, younth, neuropothy, nearthe, ionthe, anyth, neithe, thourth, enoghth, norh, choth, nonother, nothch, nwith, nouth, aortha, knowwhy, norfth, noether, virth, youtth, woerth, enouth, thurth, enoth, nprth, nortt, nazerth, notthe, nirth, fortth, nithe, nonth, ennouth, ortho, monnth, norco, neuropthy, norie, norah, northup, nortn, noyt, nothn, nov30th, nkrth, nlrth, n0rth, n9rth, nodth, nofth, notth, no5th, no4th, norrh, norfh, norgh, noryh, nor6h, nor5h, nortg, nortb, nortj, nortu, bnorth, mnorth, hnorth, nokrth, nlorth, nolrth, noprth, n0orth, no0rth, n9orth, no9rth, noreth, nodrth, nordth, nofrth, no5rth, nor5th, no4rth, nor4th, nortrh, nortfh, norgth, nortgh, noryth, nortyh, nor6th, nort6h, nort5h, northg, nortbh, northb, nortnh, nortjh, nortuh, northu, northy, onrth, noorth, northh, oorth, ngrth, nmrth, nnrth, no2th, nobth, nozth, novth, nopth, nosth, nor4h, nordh, norvh, noruh, nortx, nortl, norti, knowrth, noarth, n orth, no rth, nor th, nort h.
Definition of north:
- A term collectively used to refer to developed countries, most of whom are located to the north of developing countries(also known as the south)
- the cardinal compass point that is at 0 or 360 degrees
- British statesman under George III whose policies led to rebellion in the American colonies ( 1732- 1792)
- the United States ( especially the northern states during the American Civil War); " he has visited every state in the Union"; " Lee hoped to detach Maryland from the Union"; " the North's superior resources turned the scale"
- the region of the United States lying north of the Mason- Dixon line
- That one of the four cardinal points of the compass, at any place, which lies in the direction of the true meridian, and to the left hand of a person facing the east; the direction opposite to the south.
- Any country or region situated farther to the north than another; the northern section of a country.
- Specifically: That part of the United States lying north of Mason and Dixon's line. See under Line.
- One of the four points of the compass; the point opposite to the south, or to the left of a person facing the sunrise; a section of country lying north of another; as, the north of Europe: North, that part of the United States lying north of the southern boundary line of Pennsylvania.
- The point opposite the sun at noon: one of the four cardinal points of the horizon.
- Pertaining to, or situated in, the north.
- Point or region opposite the sun at noon.
- One of the four cardinal points of the compass; at the left hand of an observer who faces the east; oposed to south.
- Any region north of a given point.
- One of the cardinal points, directly opposite to the sun in the meridian; region to the north.
- To the north; as, walk north one block: North Star, the star toward which the northern end of the earth's axis points.
- Toward the north; northerly.
- Lying toward the north; situated at the north, or in a northern direction from the point of observation or reckoning; proceeding toward the north, or coming from the north.
- Pertaining to, situated in, or coming from, the north; as, a north wind.
- Lying toward or in the north.
- Issuing from the north.
- Being in the north.