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'''Listosord''' (Norjihani: Listósord /ɬis.to.'so:ɖ/) is one of the capitals and second largest city of [[Norjihan]], with a population of 700,000. It lies on the [[Nired River]], and lies on the [[Gulf of Ishenar]].  
 
'''Listosord''' (Norjihani: Listósord /ɬis.to.'so:ɖ/) is one of the capitals and second largest city of [[Norjihan]], with a population of 700,000. It lies on the [[Nired River]], and lies on the [[Gulf of Ishenar]].  
 
Hajenired enjoys a [[Wikipedia:Mediterranean Climate|Mediterranean Climate]],  with average temperatures {{convert|15|°C|°F|abbr=on}} during the day and {{convert|8|°C|°F|abbr=on}} at night from December to February. The typical summer season lasts about six months, from May to October, although also in April temperatures sometimes reach around {{convert|25|°C|1|abbr=on}}.
 
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==

Revision as of 17:56, 17 June 2018

Listosord
Listósord
The 'Mount of Genn', in Hajenired
The 'Mount of Genn', in Hajenired
Etymology: 'House of Cannabis'
Nickname(s): Listó, Dapsirp
CountryNorjihan
Federal RegionNorjedda
CommunityListosord
First settled in310 CE
Founded byMahadras Mahadrin
Area
 • City100.05 km2 (38.63 sq mi)
 • Urban958 km2 (370 sq mi)
 • Metro3,015 km2 (1,164 sq mi)
Elevation2 m (7 ft)
Population (2017)
 • City700,000
 • Density7,000/km2 (18,000/sq mi)
 • Urban2,786,200
 • Metro2,921,876
Demonym(s)Hajeni
Time zoneNMT
Websitewww.mahárenæc.no

Listosord (Norjihani: Listósord /ɬis.to.'so:ɖ/) is one of the capitals and second largest city of Norjihan, with a population of 700,000. It lies on the Nired River, and lies on the Gulf of Ishenar.

Etymology

The name Listosord derives ultimately from Proto Baredan "Yestamoyʷ Sarkʲ" meaning House of Cannabis. This is a reference to the fact that Hajenired lies in the centre of the traditional Norjihani Cannabis growing region (nowadays concentrated to the north in the region of Lailaum).

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