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- (astronomy) A star positioned circumpolar to the North Pole.
- A village in New South Wales, Australia.
- A hamlet in Alberta, Canada.
- An unincorporated community in Yuba County, California, formerly North Star House.
- A census-designated place in New Castle County, Delaware.
- An unincorporated community in Nicollet County, Minnesota.
- A village in Darke County, Ohio.
- An unincorporated community in Portage County, Wisconsin.
- A settlement on the island of Saint Croix, United States Virgin Islands.
Pole Star — see Pole Star
- An aim or a goal. Sometimes used to refer to a constant and dependable factor, in a quickly changing world; a guiding light.
- 2012, Darrin Grinder, Steve Shaw, The Presidents & Their Faith:
- For Wilson, his religion served as guiding principle, not a series of explicit religious dictates governing politics: “Wilson's principles, derived from his religious faith, were his North Star, which pointed him in a general direction.
- 2018, Frank M. Guttman, Honoré Beaugrand: a Traditional “Rouge”?:
- His North Star was Rome, his compass was the Holy Office, “My polar star is Rome; my compass is the Holy Office.”
- 2019, Karen A. McClintock, When Trauma Wounds: Pathways to Healing and Hope, page 155:
- Believing that he would return to life when he was ready, she became his North Star.
- 2021, Ashley Stahl, You Turn, page 272:
- The wise voice in my head agreed with her and told me something I'd never forget: Stop going against yourself. Be you. All the way. And watch life work for you. This voice, my intuition, has become my North Star in life.