A province of eastern Canada like the island of Newfoundland and nearby countries and the mainland section of Labrador having its adjacent countries. Newfoundland joined the confederation in 1949. Vikings most likely went to the region c. 1000, but the area had not been recognized to European fishermen and explorers until John Cabot's voyages within the belated fifteenth century. The united kingdomt advertised Newfoundland in 1583, even though statements were disputed by France through to the Treaty of Paris (1763). The province of Quebec continued to claim Labrador until 1927. St. John's may be the capital together with largest town. Population: 505,000.
Any of a breed of large, strong dog developed in Newfoundland and achieving a thick, usually black-coat.
A Newfoundland puppy, a rather huge strain of working puppy from Newfoundland, with a shaggy, typically black-coat, recognized for its water rescue ability, strength, and mild disposition.
identical to Newfoundland puppy.
an island when you look at the north Atlantic
a breed of very large heavy dogs with a thick coarse often black-coat; highly intelligent dogs and strenuous swimmers; developed in Newfoundland