Definition of Napier in English:

Napier

Line breaks: Na¦pier
Pronunciation: /ˈneɪpɪə
 
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A seaport on Hawke Bay, in the North Island, New Zealand; population 55,359 (2006). Originally a whaling port, the town was named after the British general and colonial administrator Sir Charles Napier (1809–54).

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