holland definition by Webster's New World
Origin: after Holland, where first made
- former county of the Holy Roman Empire on the North Sea, now divided into two provinces ( North Holland & South Holland) of the Netherlands
- Hollander noun
holland definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Middle English holand, after Holand (Holland), a former province of the Netherlands, from Middle Dutch.
- A city of southwest Michigan southwest of Grand Rapids. Founded in 1847 by Dutch settlers, it is a manufacturing center and summer resort. Population: 34,200.
- See Netherlands.
- Holˈland·er noun
holland - Cultural Definition
A part of The Netherlands. Holland is a common name for the entire country.