hanover

  1. a port city in northwestern Germany
  2. the English royal house that reigned from 1714 to 1901 (from George I to Victoria)

Hanover

[n] - the English royal house that reigned from 1714 to 1901 (from George I to Victoria)
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Hanover

House of Hanover noun the English royal house that reigned from 1714 to 1901 (from George I to Victoria)
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Hanover

borough (town), York county, southern Pennsylvania, U.S. It lies in the Conewago Creek valley, 20 miles (32 km) southwest of York. Laid out in 1763 ...
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Hanover

village, seat of Hanover county, east-central Virginia, U.S. It lies immediately east of Ashland, near the Pamunkey River, 15 miles (24 km) north of ...
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Hanover

former state of northwestern Germany, first an electorate (1692–1806) of the Holy Roman Empire, then a kingdom (1814–66), and finally a Prussian ... [4 related articles]
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Hanover

town (township), Grafton county, western New Hampshire, U.S. It lies along the Connecticut River and includes the communities of Hanover and Etna. It ...
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Hanover

[state] This category is for stadiums where Chester City F.C. have played a home match, past and present. ...
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Hanover

Hanover (hăn'ōvur) , Ger. Hannover, former independent kingdom and former province of Germany; Lower Saxony, NW Germany. Very irregular in outline, Hanover stretched from the Dutch border and the North Sea in the northwest to the Harz Mts. in the southeast. The name Hanover originall...
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Hanover

Hanover, Ger. Hannover, city (1994 pop. 524,820), capital of Lower Saxony, N Germany, on the Leine River and the Midland Canal. It is a major industrial, commercial, and transshipment center, also serving as a vital rail and road junction in northern Germany. Manufactures include iron and steel, tir...
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Hanover

[ship] The Hanover was a two-masted brigantine packet ship owned and operated by the Falmouth Packet Company, which operated between 1688 and 1852. Hanover was {convert|100|ft|m|sing=on} long and was built in 1757. On 13 December 1763, while en route from Lisbon to Falmouth, she was driven ashore by a gale. There were only three survivors o...
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Hanover

[horse] Hanover (1884–1899) was a champion American Thoroughbred racehorse that won his first 17 race starts. He was the only American stallion to head the leading sire in North America list for four consecutive years until Bold Ruler did so in 1965. ==Background== He was a chestnut colt bred at Colonel E. Clay`s Runnymede Farm. Hanover w...
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Hanover

[disambiguation] Hanover is the normal English spelling of Hannover, the city in northern Germany. It may also refer to: == States or regions of Germany == == Other German usage == == Horse breed == == Other places worldwide == === Canada === === Chile === === Jamaica === === Papua New Guinea === === South Africa === === United Kingdom === ...
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Hanover

[region] Hanover (Hannover) was a Regierungsbezirk of the Prussian Province of Hanover and of Lower Saxony, Germany, that existed from 1885 until 2004. It was located in the south of the state around the city of Hanover, its capital. ...
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Hanover

Hanover or Hannover{#tag:ref|Hanover is the traditional English spelling. The German spelling (with a double n) is becoming more popular in English; recent editions of encyclopedias prefer the German spelling and local government uses the German spelling on English websites. The English pronunciation ər is applied to both the German and English s...
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