Carlisle

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Car·lisle

 (kär-līl′, kär′līl′)
A borough of northwest England near the Scottish border. Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in Carlisle's 11th-century castle from May to July 1568.

Carlisle

(kɑːˈlaɪl; ˈkɑːlaɪl)
n
(Placename) a city in NW England, administrative centre of Cumbria: railway and industrial centre. Pop: 71 773 (2001). Latin name: Luguvallum

Car•lisle

(kɑrˈlaɪl, ˈkɑr laɪl)

n.
a city in Cumbria, in NW England. 102,900.
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Which Northern English city was known to the Romans as Luguvallum? 4.
His name lives on in many Irish place names and other countries connected to the Ancient Celts, such as Lug-dunum (present day Lyon, France), and Roman Britain was known as Luguvallum.