### Definition of Naut mi

1. Noun. A former British unit of length equivalent to 6,080 feet (1,853.184 meters); 800 feet longer than a statute mile.

Exact synonyms: Admiralty Mile, Geographical Mile, Mi, Mile, Nautical Mile
Generic synonyms: Nautical Linear Unit
Derivative terms: Miler

2. Noun. A unit of length used in navigation; exactly 1,852 meters; historically based on the distance spanned by one minute of arc in latitude.
Exact synonyms: Air Mile, International Nautical Mile, Knot, Mi, Mile, Nautical Mile
Generic synonyms: Nautical Linear Unit
Derivative terms: Miler

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### Literary usage of Naut mi

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1. A Textbook on Coast and Lake Navigation: International Correspondence by International Correspondence Schools (1902)
"—Entering the table we find that the distance corresponding to a height of 60 feet = 8.91 naut. mi., or = 10.2 stat. mi.; and 75 feet = 9.96 naut. mi., ..."

2. Fish's Arithmetic Number Two: Oral and Written, Upon the Inductive Method by Daniel W. Fish (1883)
"To change lower to higher denominations. How many Reduce 1. M ¡les are 8470 links? 4. f 3 6748 to Cong. 2. Fath. are 1435 feet? 5. 5270 naut. mi. to deg. 3. ..."

3. The Complete Arithmetic by Daniel W. Fish (1881)
"Deg. are 5270 Naut . mi,? 38. \$47.70 to marks. 39. If the Atlantic Cable is 3200 mi. in length, and cost 10 cents a foot, what was its entire cost ? 40. ..."

4. A Textbook on Coast and Lake Navigation: International Correspondence by International Correspondence Schools (1902)
"—Entering the table we find that the distance corresponding to a height of 60 feet = 8.91 naut. mi., or = 10.2 stat. mi.; and 75 feet = 9.96 naut. mi., ..."

5. Fish's Arithmetic Number Two: Oral and Written, Upon the Inductive Method by Daniel W. Fish (1883)
"To change lower to higher denominations. How many Reduce 1. M ¡les are 8470 links? 4. f 3 6748 to Cong. 2. Fath. are 1435 feet? 5. 5270 naut. mi. to deg. 3. ..."

6. The Complete Arithmetic by Daniel W. Fish (1881)
"Deg. are 5270 Naut . mi,? 38. \$47.70 to marks. 39. If the Atlantic Cable is 3200 mi. in length, and cost 10 cents a foot, what was its entire cost ? 40. ..."