- adj. English from Halifax, West Yorkshire, England.
- adj. Canada Of, from, or pertaining to the city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- n. English A person born in the town of Halifax, West Yorkshire, England.
- n. Canada A native or inhabitant of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
“Whether you're a Haligonian, Maritimer, or just a lover of the paranormal, I think there's enough in this book to wet your appetite for the less conventional side of the city's history.”
“That's the Oxford Theatre above, as any Haligonian can tell you.”
“And yeah, Ren, most Haligonian Canadians are really that nice ...”
“Haligonian Squid, obviously quite different from the typical deep-sea varieties.”
“The great Nova Scotia railway skirts the margin of its storied waters, and already suburban villas for Haligonian”
“She has, of course, in the maritime provinces the descendants of one of the finest races of seamen the world has ever known; and I saw last fall in the race between the two famous schooners "Blue Nose" and "Haligonian" that their traditions have not been lost.”
“I don't know that all the Haligonian washerwomen live around it, but certainly a good percentage of them must, for the yard is a network of lines from which sundry and divers garments are always streaming gaily to the breezes.”
“The thing that bothers me, other than the crime obviously, is the sense of entitlement," said Haligonian Jim Muir.”
“We also reconnect with a Haligonian we met earlier this year in Egypt, for a look at what democracy means, from Tahrir Square to Halifax.”
“And to express, as a loyal Canadian myself, the gratitude I feel for her long and faithful service and the love that is owing to this very particular woman-this frail octogenarian, carrying her own umbrella and walking so confidently down the guard-line in the Haligonian rain.”
Looking for tweets for Haligonian.