Albion

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Al·bi·on

 (ăl′bē-ən)
England or Great Britain. Often used poetically.
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Albion

(ˈælbɪən)
n
(Placename) archaic or poetic Britain or England
[C13: from Latin, of Celtic origin]
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Al•bi•on

(ˈæl bi ən)

n. Chiefly Literary.
1. England.
2. Great Britain.
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Noun1.Albion - archaic name for England or Great Britain; used poetically
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Albion

Albion

[ˈælbɪən] NAlbión f
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Albion

n (poet)Albion nt
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