Iceni


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I·ce·ni

 (ī-sē′nī′)
pl.n.
An ancient Celtic tribe of eastern Britain who under Queen Boudicca fought unsuccessfully against the Romans about ad 60.

[Latin Icenī.]

I·ce′nic (-nĭk) adj.

Iceni

(aɪˈsiːnaɪ)
pl n
(Historical Terms) an ancient British tribe that rebelled against the Romans in 61 ad under Queen Boudicca
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