Kerkbuurt

DutchEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

  • (Medemblik) First attested as Kerkbuurt in 1913. Compound of kerk (church) and buurt (hamlet, small settlement).
  • (Schagen) Compound of kerk (church) and buurt (hamlet, small settlement).
  • (Waterland) First attested as Merckerk in 1573. Compound of kerk (church) and buurt (hamlet, small settlement).
  • (Zaanstad) First attested as Kerk-Buert in 1658. Compound of kerk (church) and buurt (hamlet, small settlement).
  • (Zuid-Holland) First attested as Kerkbuurt in 1994. Compound of kerk (church) and buurt (hamlet, small settlement).
  • (Oostzaan) First attested as Westerkerkbuurt, Oosterkerkbuurt in 1839-1859. Compound of kerk (church) and buurt (hamlet, small settlement).
  • (Overijssel) First attested as Kerkbuurt in 1899. Compound of kerk (church) and buurt (hamlet, small settlement).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈkɛrk.byːrt/
  • Hyphenation: Kerk‧buurt
  • Rhymes: -yːrt

Proper nounEdit

Kerkbuurt n

  1. A hamlet in Medemblik, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
  2. A hamlet in Schagen, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
  3. A hamlet in Waterland, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
  4. A hamlet in Zaanstad, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
  5. A hamlet in Schiedam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.
  6. A neighbourhood of Oostzaan, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
  7. A neighbourhood of Steenwijkerland, Overijssel, Netherlands.