What is another word for nor'-nor'-west?

Pronunciation: [nˈɔːnˈɔːwˈɛst] (IPA)

The term "nor'-nor'-west" is used to refer to a direction on the compass that is precisely between north and northwest. Synonyms for this term include "northwest-by-north," "north-by-west," and "nor'west-by-nor'." These terms can be used interchangeably to describe the same direction. Having multiple synonyms for this directional term can be useful in certain contexts, such as nautical navigation or meteorology, where precision and clarity are important. In everyday speech, however, the term "nor'-nor'-west" may be seen as archaic or cumbersome, and simpler terms such as "northwest" or "northwestward" may be used instead.

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