Thule

Thule (iː; Greek: Θούλη, Thoúlē), also spelled Thula, Thila, or Thyïlea, is, in classical European literature and maps, a region in the far north. Though often considered to be an island in antiquity, modern interpretations of what was meant by Thule often identify it as Norway, an identification supported by modern calculations. Other in...
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Thule

• (n.) The name given by ancient geographers to the northernmost part of the habitable world. According to some, this land was Norway, according to others, Iceland, or more probably Mainland, the largest of the Shetland islands; hence, the Latin phrase ultima Thule, farthest Thule.
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Thule

ultima Thule noun the geographical region believed by ancient geographers to be the northernmost land in the inhabited world
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Thule

(minor planet 279) An asteroid whose nearly circular orbit, in 3:4 resonance with Jupiter, is considered to mark the outer boundary of the main asteroid belt. Thule was discovered in 1888 by Johann Palisa. Diameter 135 km Spectral class D Semimajor axis 4.271 AU Perih...
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Thule

[automobile accessories] The Thule Group is a group of companies with ownership of a number of different brands that are all related to outdoor and to numerous types of transportation solutions for things the outdoor user wants to bring with him / her. The motto of the company is Active life. Simplified which is associated with the business...
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Thule

Thu'le noun [ Latin Thule , Thyle , Greek ..., ....] The name given by ancient geographers to the northernmost part of the habitable world. According to some, this land was Norway, according to others, Iceland, or more probably Mainland, the largest of the Shetland islands; hence, the...
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Thule

Greek and Roman name for the most northerly land known, originally used by the explorer Pytheas to refer to land he discovered six days after leaving the northern coast of Britain. It has been...
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Thule

Greek and Roman name for the most northerly land known, originally used by the explorer Pytheas to refer to land he discovered six days after leaving the northern coast of Britain. It has been identified with the Shetlands, the Orkneys, Iceland, and Scandinavia
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Thule

Thule (thOO'lē) , name given by the ancients to the most northerly land of Europe. It was an island discovered and described (c.310 B.C.) by the Greek navigator Pytheas and variously identified with Iceland, Norway, and the Shetland Islands. The phrase “Ultima Thule” is used fi...
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Thule

Thule (thOO'lē, tOO'–) or Qaanaaq (känäk') , town (1995 pop. 627), N Greenland, on the north side of Inglefield Gulf. The name of Thule was originally attached to the main settlement for the Thule Eskimos, founded in 1910 by the arctic explorer Knud Rasmussen as a t...
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Thule

[n] - a town in northwestern Greenland 2. [n] - the geographical region believed by ancient geographers to be the northernmost land in the inhabited world
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