Well, I will just have to explain. The easiest way is to list them:
1) The terrestrial North Pole - That is the one located opposite the South Pole on the Earth's axis of spin.
2) The North Dip Pole - the spot where the geomagnetic field is perpendicular to the Earth's surface. This is the point your compass points to.
3) The Geomagnetic North Pole - It is calculated by mathematical models based on an imaginary line running through the geomagnetic center of the Earth.
4) The fourth one is a city, North Pole, Alaska. (Yes, I know that is stretching the definition of a pole. .(grin)
OK, that is enough dancing around poles. . . oh yes, that would be a May Pole, right? Now, have a good weekend, you hear?