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former New Amsterdam (city), New Netherlands (colony), renamed after British acquisition in 1664 in honor of the Duke of York and Albany (1633-1701), the future James II, who had an interest in the territory. See York. Related: New Yorker. New York minute "very short time" attested by 1976.
City in New York state and largest city in the United States. (See Bowery, Broadway, Bronx, Brooklyn, Fifth Avenue, Greenwich Village, Harlem, Madison Avenue, Manhattan, Park Avenue, September 11 attacks, Times Square, and Wall Street.)
Note: One of the key financial, communications, and arts centers of the world.
State in the northeastern United States bordered by Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, and Ontario, Canada to the north and west; Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east; and New Jersey and Pennsylvania to the south. Its capital is Albany, and its largest city is New York City.
Note: One of the thirteen colonies.