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Northern may refer to the following:
- Northern (country subdivision), various regions, states, territories, etc.
- Northern Europe, the northern part or region of Europe
- Northern Highland, a region of Wisconsin, United States
- Northern Range, a range of hills in Trinidad
- Northern Collegiate Institute and Vocational School (NCIVS), a school in Sarnia, Canada
- Northern Secondary School (disambiguation), the name of several high schools in Canada
- Northern University (disambiguation), various institutions
- Northern Bank, commercial bank in Northern Ireland
- Northern Foods, based in Leeds, England
- Northern Rail, a former train operating company in northern England
- Northern Railway of Canada, a defunct railway in Ontario
- Northern Records, a Southern California independent record label
- Northern Store, a food and general merchandise store owned and operated by The North West Company
- Northern (train operating company), a train operating company in northern England
- Northern Trust, an international financial services company based in Chicago, Illinois
- Bradford Northern, former name of the Bradford Bulls, a British rugby league football club
- Northern (automobile), an early American automobile
- Northern (genre), a genre of Western films set in Canada or Alaska
- Northern Hotel, a historic hotel in Billings, Montana
- Northern Hotel (Nevada), a former hotel in Ely, Nevada
- Northern AFC, a soccer club based in Dunedin, New Zealand
- Northern locomotive, a type of (4-8-4) steam locomotive
- Northern pike, fish often called a "northern"
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- All pages beginning with "Northern"
- Nordicity, degree of Northernness
- North (disambiguation)
- Severny (disambiguation)
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