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Zealand US English

The principal island of Denmark, located between the Jutland peninsula and the southern tip of Sweden. Its chief city is Copenhagen

Zealand New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

principal island of Denmark;

New Zealand US English

An island country in the South Pacific Ocean about 1,200 miles (1,900 km) east of Australia; population 4,213,400 (est. 2009); capital, Wellington; languages, English (official) and Maori

New Zealand New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

island country in the South Pacific

New Zealand rug US English

A strong waterproof rug for a horse, used during the winter

New Zealand Wars US English

A series of wars fought intermittently in 1845-8 and 1860–72 between Maoris and the colonial government of New Zealand over the enforced sale of Maori lands to Europeans, which was forbidden by the Treaty of Waitangi

New Zealand flatworm US English

A speckled brown terrestrial flatworm up to 15 cm in length, accidentally introduced from New Zealand to Britain where it is destroying earthworm populations

NZ US English

New Zealand

tit1 US English

Used in names of birds similar or related to the titmouse, e.g., New Zealand tit

kereru US English

A New Zealand pigeon which has mainly greenish metallic plumage with white underparts and a purplish-crimson bill and feet

bellbird US English

Any of a number of Australasian songbirds with ringing bell-like calls, including

New Zealand tit in tit1 US English

Used in names of birds similar or related to the titmouse, e.g., New Zealand tit

New Zealand pigeon in kereru US English

A New Zealand pigeon which has mainly greenish metallic plumage with white underparts and a purplish-crimson bill and feet