Why do people call north North?
They named the North the North because it was on the North side
People in North Dakota are referred to as North Dakotans.
The official demonym for people from or living in North Dakota is a "North Dakotan."
some people call north America's tallest mountain Denali, or Great One
There are no foreign languages ( or people, for that manner) in the North Pole.
People who go to the north pole are usually called explorers. They could also be called adventurers, or travelers.
The people from/in the North can be referred to as Northerners or more often, Unionists. The Southerners, however, preferred to call them Yankees.
people in Asia call them reindeer. people in north america call reindeer caribou
We call it Fall or Autumn....I call it Fall/Autumn, it doesn't matter to me...
what does the north call the battle of shiloh
What do you call a bed at the North Pole? A bedbug.
A person from North Dakota is called a North Dakotan.
People from North Dakota are called North Dakotans. People who live in or are from North Dakota are called North Dakotan.
The north wind
There are no lions at the North Pole, nor is North Pole a language.
They rebelled against the status quo.
There are a lot of head offices in London (south east England) not just the north of England. A lot of call centres are in India. Companies find it cheaper to hire people abroad
The Korean spoken in North and South Korean is pretty much the same, but the Korean spoken in North Korea has several differences. The basic Korean word for friend is 친구. In North Korea, people sometimes call their friends "comrade," which is 동무 or 동지.
Norwegians, or in Norwegian: Nordmenn. Which directly translated mean "north-menn"
We call the point on Earth located at 90 degree north latitude "The North Pole".
People who live in North Carolina or who come from North Carolina are called North Carolinians.
Because a lot of people visit Maine. The city with most people is Boothbay and North Berwick.
People driven from their homeland are called exiles. They are found all over North America.
People in North Dakota are called North Dakotans.
The magnetic polarity of the location we call 'Magnetic North' is a south pole, and the polarity of the location we call 'Magnetic South' is a north pole.
A person born in North Dakota is called a North Dakota native.
The Call of the North - 1914 was released on: USA: 10 August 1914
North Africa in terms of the Middle East is it's own culture. You have Persian, nomads, and North African and some people consider Pakistan to be Middle Eastern so include Hindi or whatever you would like to call it. North Africa is a blend of cultures within "north Africa" that is unique.
people are healthier in the north people are better educated in the north people are more robust in the north
It is poo. some people call it poopy.
He travled north to canada where all of the people who wanted sled dogs were
The language of North Korea is Korean. North Koreans call the language either Chosono or Chosonmal.
The North Pole. The North Pole.
lost. because there no camel in north pole.hahaha
There are 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam. The people who live in the North are the Kinh people (low land Vietnamese account for about 86 % of Vietnam population), the Muong people, the Thai people, the Dao people, the Nung people, the H'mong people,...
North Americans are found in North American. They are people who are native to north America.
British North America Yes, it was called British North America. This was to designate where we now call Canada. It was called British North America because the British had control over hear and it was to the North of America (It still is). The Acadians If you are wondering about the Acadians they lived in where we now call Atlantic Canada but they call Acadia. The Acadians were French Immigrants/Settlers.
up in the north of Scotland people call them the highlands as there is a lot of high mountains and hills. :-p
north american people
in north dakot many people have farms. they drink milk and don't use many electronics. in North Dakota people have a north dakotin accent.
The Nile River flows upward, so therefore they call the north part south and the south part north.
Yes, people in North Dakota have laptops.
Sometimes people call lines of latitude parallels. Latitude lines are the lines that are located north and south of the equator.
People from the north of England used to call London 't'smoke' because of all the pollution in the past.
No, its the Arctic.
The Call of the North - 1921 was released on: USA: 27 November 1921 Finland: 28 January 1924
The Aurora in the North is normally called 'the Northern Lights' or the 'Aurora Borealis'.
In North America, fall is mostly called fall, and sometimes autumn.