Molenbuurt

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EtymologyEdit

  • (Friesland) Calque of West Frisian Mûnebuorren, a compound of mûne (mill) and the plural form of buer (house, cottage).
  • (Texel) First attested as Molenbuyrt in 1543. Compound of molen (mill) and buurt (hamlet, small settlement).
  • (Utrecht) First attested as meulenaer aan den Biesbosch in 1705. Compound of molen (mill) and buurt (hamlet, small settlement). Named after a former windmill.
  • (Flevoland) Compound of molen (mill) and buurt (neighbourhood). The neighbourhood's streets are named after various mills.
  • (Noord-Brabant) Compound of molen (mill) and buurt (neighbourhood). The neighbourhoods's streets are named after terms related to mills.
  • (Edam-Volendam) Compound of molen (mill) and buurt (neighbourhood).
  • (Wormerland) Compound of molen (mill) and buurt (neighbourhood).
  • (Gouda) Compound of molen (mill) and buurt (neighbourhood). The neighbourhood's streets are named after various types of mill.
  • (Leiden) Compound of molen (mill) and buurt (neighbourhood).

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Proper nounEdit

Molenbuurt n

  1. A hamlet in Noardeast-Fryslân, Friesland, Netherlands.
    Synonym: Mûnebuorren (Frisian, official)
  2. A hamlet in Texel, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
  3. A hamlet in Houten, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  4. A neighbourhood of Almere, Flevoland, Netherlands.
  5. A neighbourhood of Oosterhout, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands.
  6. A neighbourhood of Edam-Volendam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
  7. A neighbourhood of Wormerland, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
  8. A neighbourhood of Gouda, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.
  9. A neighbourhood of Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.