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Cal·e·do·ni·a

 (kăl′ĭ-dō′nē-ə, -dōn′yə)
Roman Britain north of the Antonine Wall, which stretched from the Firth of Forth to the Firth of Clyde. Today the term is used as a poetic appellation for all of Scotland.

Cal′e·do′ni·an adj. & n.
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Caledonian

(ˌkælɪˈdəʊnɪən)
adj
1. of or relating to Scotland
2. (Geological Science) of or denoting a period of mountain building in NW Europe in the Palaeozoic era
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) literary a native or inhabitant of Scotland
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Translations
calédonien

Caledonian

[ˌkælɪˈdəʊnɪən]
A. ADJcaledoniano
B. Ncaledoniano/a m/f
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Caledonian

adjkaledonisch
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References in classic literature ?
So by daylight the next morning he was marching through Ross- shire, and in the evening hit the Caledonian Canal, took the next steamer, and travelled as fast as boat and railway could carry him to the Rugby station.
Moved by these counsels, he turned at once to the Caledonian Station, passed (not without alarm) into the bright lights of the approach, redeemed his portmanteau from the cloak-room, and was soon whirling in a cab along the Glasgow Road.
Melvilleson, in the revived Caledonian melody of "We're a-Nodding," points the sentiment that "the dogs love broo" (whatever the nature of that refreshment may be) with such archness and such a turn of the head towards next door that she is immediately understood to mean Mr.
On the mantelpiece stood two large pearl shells, obviously a pair, intricately carved by the patient hands of New Caledonian convicts.
by Times News ServiceThe 2019 Shell eco-marathon will be GUtech's fifth consecutive year and the Caledonians third year of participation.
Woodcroft Park, a 30,000 capacity stadium, was the home of Liverpool Caledonians FC, one of the leading clubs in the city during the late Victorian times.
Scotland (v England at Twickenham on Saturday (2.30pm): C Paterson (Edinburgh Reivers); C Murray (Edinburgh Reivers), A Bulloch (Glasgow Caledonians), J Leslie (Northampton), K Logan (Wasps); D Hodge (Edinburgh Reivers), A Nicol (Glasgow Caledonians, capt); T Smith (Brive), G Bulloch (Glasgow Caledonians), M Stewart (Northampton), S Murray (Saracens), R Metcalfe (Edinburgh Reivers), M Leslie (Edinburgh Reivers), B Pountney (Northampton), S Taylor (all Edinburgh Reivers).
Scotland team: C Paterson (Edinburgh Reivers); C Murray (Edinburgh Reivers), J McClaren (Glasgow Caledonians), J Leslie (Northampton), K Logan (Wasps); G Townsend (Castres), A Nicol (Glasgow Caledonians, capt); T Smith (Brive), G Bulloch (Glasgow Caledonians), M Stewart (Northampton), S Murray (Saracens), R Metcalfe (Edinburgh Reivers), M Leslie (Edinburgh Reivers), B Pountney (Glasgow Caledonians), J Petrie (Glasgow Caledonians).
C Paterson (Edinburgh Reivers), C Murray (Reivers), A Bulloch (Glasgow Caledonians), J Leslie (Newcastle), K Logan (Wasps), G Townsend (Castres), B Redpath (Sale), T Smith (Brive), S Brotherstone (Northampton), G Graham (Newcastle), S Murray (Saracens), R Metcalfe (Edinburgh Reivers), J White (Glasgow Caledonian), J Petrie (Glasgow Caledonian), B Pountney (Northampton, capt).
The Irish province, aided by a late, consolation penalty try, were flattered by their proximity to Glasgow Caledonians when the two sides met at a soggy Hughenden on November 26.
Nagori dazzles for Caledonians Mohammed Shafeeq Nagori claimed three wickets in four overs and thereafter smashed a blistering unbeaten 92 off 49 balls to help Caledonian College record a 22-run win against ONEIC in an I T20 match played in the afternoon at the same venue.
PLAY BALL: Merseyside Baseball League outfit Caledonians are pictured at Goodison Park in 1946.