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Wellington

noun Wel·ling·ton \ˈwe-liŋ-tən\

Definition of WELLINGTON

:  a boot having a loose top with the front usually coming to or above the knee —usually used in plural

Origin of WELLINGTON

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
First Known Use: 1817

Wellington

biographical name Wel·ling·ton \ˈwe-liŋ-tən\

Definition of WELLINGTON

1st Duke of 1769–1852 Arthur Wellesley; the Iron Duke British gen. & statesman

Wellington

geographical name Wel·ling·ton \ˈwe-liŋ-tən\

Definition of WELLINGTON

1
village SE Florida pop 56,508
2
city & port of New Zealand in SW North Island on Port Nicholson (Wellington Harbor) on Cook Strait pop 179,466

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