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Definition of the noun lincolnshire

What does lincolnshire mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: -

  1. an agricultural county of eastern England on the North Sea
    • lexical domain: Locations - nouns denoting spatial position
    • instance of: county = a region created by territorial division for the purpose of local government
    • part of: England = a division of the United Kingdom

Places

  1. Lincolnshire is a village in Vernon Township, Lake County, in the U.S. state of Illinois. The village is a northern suburb of Chicago. The population of Lincolnshire was 7,275 at the 2010 census. Lincolnshire was incorporated on August 5, 1957, from the unincorporated Half Day area when land was purchased to build a residential subdivision. The community underwent an aggressive era of expansion from 1983 to the 1990s. The Des Plaines River bisects the village, passing from north to south; Illinois Route 22 also divides the village into two parts, crossing the village from east to west.
  2. Lincolnshire is a 6th-class city in Jefferson County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was 154 at the 2000 U.S. census.
  3. Lincolnshire a.k.a. Lincolnshire, West Virginia: Lincolnshire is an unincorporated community in Wood County, West Virginia.

There are other places with in their name, like North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire Wolds Railway and Museum of Lincolnshire Life.

Phrases with Lincolnshire

  1. Lincolnshire Sausage
  2. Lincolnshire Spinach

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Lincolnshire

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Google previewGreat Britain for Little Britons (1881)

A Book for Children to Read to Themselves by Eleanor A. Bulley

Lincolnshire is a very large county; it is the next in size to Yorkshire, which it adjoins. In some parts it is very, very flat ; you might travel for miles and miles without seeing any hill at all. This very flat part is on the seacoast, and is called The Fens ...

Google previewCornell's primary geography, ed. and adapted by W. Hughes (1860)

by William Hughes, S S. Cornell

Lincolnshire is the most northerly of the eastern counties. It is divided from Yorkshire by the river Humber. Lincolnshire is an agricultural county, and is chiefly level. Lincoln, the chief city, stands on the banks of the river Withara, which flows into ...

Google previewLincolnshire in 1836: displayed in a series of engravings, with accompanying descriptions [by M. Saunders]. (1836)

by Mary Saunders

LINCOLNSHIRE Is a maritime county of England, bounded on the north by the river Humber, which separates it from Yorkshire, on the east by the German Ocean, on the south by Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire, and on the west by the ...

Google previewThe Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal (1808)

by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths

Here it is remarked that, ' Lincolnshire is a maritime county, now in the province of Canterbury and diocese of Lincoln, and is included in the midland circuit ; it is bounded by Norfolk, the shires of Cambridge, Northampton, and Rutland on the ...

Google previewA dictionary of geography, ancient and modern (1834)

by Josiah Conder

Lincolnshire is the third county, in size, in the kingdom. It extends along the German Ocean from the Humber, its northern boundary, which separates it from Yorkshire, ...

Google previewA Country Pillow Book (2006)

Snapshot of the British countryside by David Kavanagh

"Lincolnshire is a stronghold for water voles, the UK's fastest declining mammal,“ explained a spokesman for the Trusts. "The voles live in burrows in drainage ditches and these burrows are protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act l98l ...

Google previewTennyson and His Friends

by Various

Lincolnshire is a big county, measuring seventyfive miles by fortyfive, but it is perhaps theleast well known ofallthe counties of England. The travellerby the GreatNorthern main line passes through buta small portion ofits southwestern fringe ...

Google previewThe Monthly Review (1808)

by Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths

Here it is remarked that, • Lincolnshire is a maritime county, now in the province of Can. terbvry and diocese of Lincoln, and is included in the midland circuit ; it is bounded by Norfolk, the shires of Cambridge, Northampton, ar.d Rutland on the ...

Google previewEncyclopædia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge ... (1845)

Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

Lincolnshire .. Leicestershire . Lancashire Northamptons. Remarks. Norfolk Yorkshire . . Lincolnshire Yorkshire . . Suffolk Lincolnshire From below Market Raisin, and connecting the Caistor Canal with the river Humber. On both branches of the ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana (1845)

Or Universal Dictionary of Knowledge ... Comprising the Twofoldadvantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley

Lincolnshire Hampshire.. . . Yorkshire .

Google previewThe Dictionary of the Farm ... Second Edition, with a Supplement (1845)

1,848,320 Upon the whole the majority of the lands in Lincolnshire may be said to possess a soil of more than medium fertility, compared with the average of Great Britain, and the produce of the county, both in grain ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Heraldica, Or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry (1828)

by William Berry

WENINGTON, [Lincolnshire,] ar. a bend, betw. six lozenges sa. - WEN Lock, [ Gloucestershire,] ar. a chev. betw. three Moors' heads, erased, sa..—Crest, a plume of peacock's feathers ppr. Wenlock, [Wenlock, Shropshire,] gu. a chev. or, betw.

Google previewJohnson's Dictionary of the English Language (1820)

In Miniature. With an Alphabetical Account of the Heathen Gods and Goddesses; and a List of the Cities, Boroughs, and Market Towns, in England and Wales by Samuel Johnson

Corby, Lincolnshire, Thursday...

Google previewJohnson's Dictionary of the English language, in miniature, to which are subjoined, An alphabetical account of the heathen deities [&c.]. By W. Braun. London stereotype ed., revised (1823)

by Samuel Johnson

I83 Southwold, Suifolk, Thursday I04 Spalding , Lincolnshire, Tuesday . . UK Spitsby, Lincolnshire, Monday .. I37 Stafford, Staffordshire ...

Google previewJohnson's Dictionary of the English Language in miniature ... By the Rev. Joseph Hamilton. A new edition (1809)

by Samuel Johnson, Rev. Joseph HAMILTON (M.A.)

Thursda Corby, Lincolnshire, Thursday Coward, Gloucestershire, Tuesday coveMTRY, warwickshire, Friday. Cowbridge, Glamorganshire, Tuesday Cranbourn, Dorsetshire, Thursday. Cranbrook, Kent, Saturday. Crayford, Kent, Tuesday.

Google previewA geographical dictionary of England and Wales (1832)

by William Cobbett

Lincolnshire, as to its soil, is, by most writers, divided into the voids, the heaths, and the Jens. The wolds, a high open country, extend from Spilsbv to Burton, near the Humber, a distance of forty miles. The soil is pretty generally, all along these ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana: Miscellaneous and lexicographical (1845)

by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

LINCOLNSHIRE. LINCOLNSHIRE. LINCOLNSHIRE. Kivers.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge on an Original Plan Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings Edited by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose (1845)

Miscellaneous and lexicographical, vol. 3

Lincolnshire .. . Upon the river Bain. Itching . . . . . _ . . . . , . . . N. Hampshire . . . . From Southampton to Winchester. ldlc river . . . , _ , _ _ _ , , , N. Nottinghamshire From Bawtry to the Chesterfield Canal. Ivel and Ouse , _ ...

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Scrabble value of L1I1N1C3O1L1N1S1H4I1R1E1

The value of this 12-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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