Hebridean


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Heb·ri·des

 (hĕb′rĭ-dēz′) also Western Isles
An island group of western and northwest Scotland in the Atlantic Ocean, divided into the Inner Hebrides, closer to the Scottish mainland, and the Outer Hebrides, to the northwest. Settled by ancient Celts, the islands lay under Norwegian rule from the 10th to the 13th century, when they were ceded by treaty to the Scots.

Heb′ri·de′an adj. & n.

Hebridean

(ˌhɛbrɪˈdiːən) or

Hebridian

adj
(Placename) of or relating to the Hebrides or their inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of the Hebrides
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Adj.1.Hebridean - of or relating to the Hebrides
Translations

Hebridean

adjHebriden-, der Hebriden; Hebridean islandHebrideninsel f
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