- West Frisian Islands.
- See under Frisian Islands.
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West Frisian Islands — Infobox Islands name = West Frisian Islands image caption = image size = locator 300px|frame|none Location of the West Frisian islands. The numbered islands are: 1. Noorderhaaks 2. Richel 3. Griend 4. Rif 5. Engelsmanplaat 6. Simonszand 7.… … Wikipedia
West Frisian Islands — ▪ island, The Netherlands Dutch West Friese Eilanden, part of the chain of Frisian Islands (q.v.), which lie in the North Sea just off the coast of northwestern Europe. They belong to The Netherlands. * * * … Universalium
West Frisian Islands — noun A chain of islands in the North Sea, belonging to the Netherlands, part of the Frisian Islands … Wiktionary
West Frisian Islands — geographical name see Frisian Islands … New Collegiate Dictionary
West Frisian Islands. — See under Frisian Islands. * * * … Universalium
West Frisian Islands — … Useful english dictionary
Frisian Islands — island chain in the North Sea, extending along the coast of NW Europe: it is divided into three groups, one belonging to the Netherlands (West Frisian Islands), one belonging to Germany (East Frisian Islands), & one divided between Germany &… … English World dictionary
Frisian Islands — a chain of islands in the North Sea, extending along the coasts of the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark: includes groups belonging to the Netherlands (West Frisians) and to Germany (East Frisians) and a group divided between Germany and Denmark… … Universalium
Frisian Islands — geographical name islands NW Europe in North Sea including West Frisian Islands (off N Netherlands), East Frisian Islands (off NW Germany), & North Frisian Islands (off NW Germany & Denmark, including Helgoland & Sylt) … New Collegiate Dictionary
Frisian Islands — | | | | | | | | | | |The Frisian Islands, also known as the Wadden Islands or Wadden Sea Islands, form an archipelago at the eastern edge of the North Sea in northwestern Europe, stretching from the north west of the Netherlands through Germany… … Wikipedia