Norfolk

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Etymology[edit]

From Old English Norþfolc.

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Norfolk

  1. A maritime county of eastern England bordered by Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Suffolk and the North Sea.
  2. A language of Norfolk Island, also spelt Norfuk.
  3. A town in Virginia or the naval base (the world's largest) situated there.
  4. A county in Massachusetts; see Norfolk County.

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Noun[edit]

Norfolk (plural Norfolks)

  1. A Norfolk jacket.

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Polish[edit]

Norfolk (#3)

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Norfolk m

  1. Norfolk, county of eastern England
  2. Norfolk, a town in Virginia
  3. Norfolk Island

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