See also: Hanói, Hanoï, and Hà Nội

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From Vietnamese Hà Nội, which is a Sino-Vietnamese word, 河內.

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  • IPA(key): /hɑːˈnɔɪ/, /hæˈnɔɪ/
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  • Rhymes: -ɔɪ

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Hanoi

  1. The capital city of Vietnam.
    • 1959 December, “Talking of Trains: Five trains to Hanoi”, in Trains Illustrated, page 579:
      If you have seventeen days and £168 to spare, can satisfy the Iron Curtain authorities of your bona fides and your taste runs to marathon rail travel, you can now board the "Night Ferry" at Victoria and ride across the whole of Europe and Asia to Hanoi, capital of North Viet-Nam, changing carriage only at Brussels, Berlin, Moscow and Pekin.
    • 1999, John McCain, Faith of My Fathers[1], New York: Random House, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, page 285:
      YOUR SON WAS SERIOUSLY WOUNDED WHEN SHOT DOWN IN HANOI BUT HAS MADE FINE RECOVERY AND NOW, ACCORDING THIS GROUP, LOOKS "QUITE WELL." HE HAS BEEN EVERYTHING YOU WANT YOUR SON TO BE AND HAS STOOD UP MANFULLY AGAINST ALL EFFORTS TO PERSUADE HIM TO UTTER TRAITOROUS STATEMENTS.
  2. (metonymically) the Vietnamese government.

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Province-level divisions of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in English (layout · text)
Provinces: An Giang · Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu · Bắc Giang · Bắc Kạn · Bạc Liêu · Bắc Ninh · Bến Tre · Bình Định · Bình Dương · Bình Phước · Bình Thuận · Cà Mau · Cao Bằng · Đắk Lắk · Đắk Nông · Điện Biên · Đồng Nai · Đồng Tháp · Gia Lai · Hà Giang · Hà Nam · Hà Tĩnh · Hải Dương · Hậu Giang · Hoà Bình · Hưng Yên · Khánh Hoà · Kiên Giang · Kon Tum · Lai Châu · Lâm Đồng · Lạng Sơn · Lào Cai · Long An · Nam Định · Nghệ An · Ninh Bình · Ninh Thuận · Phú Thọ · Phú Yên · Quảng Bình · Quảng Nam · Quảng Ngãi · Quảng Ninh · Quảng Trị · Sóc Trăng · Sơn La · Tây Ninh · Thái Bình · Thái Nguyên · Thanh Hoá · Thừa Thiên Huế · Tiền Giang · Trà Vinh · Tuyên Quang · Vĩnh Long · Vĩnh Phúc · Yên Bái
Municipalities: Cần Thơ · Da Nang · Haiphong · Hanoi · Ho Chi Minh City

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Hanoi

  1. Hanoi (the capital city of Vietnam)

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Hanoi

  1. Hanoi (the capital city of Vietnam)

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Hanoi n (proper noun, genitive Hanois or (optionally with an article) Hanoi)

  1. Hanoi (the capital city of Vietnam)

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Hanoi

  1. Rōmaji transcription of ハノイ

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Vietnamese Hà Nội, from Chinese 河內河内 (Hénèi).

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Hanoi n (indeclinable)

  1. Hanoi (the capital city of Vietnam)

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  • Hanoi in Polish dictionaries at PWN