Baltimore

biographical name (1)
Bal·​ti·​more | \ ˈbȯl-tə-ˌmȯr, -mər \

Definition of Baltimore

 (Entry 1 of 3)

David 1938–     American microbiologist

Baltimore

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Definition of Baltimore (Entry 2 of 3)

Baron — see George calvert

Baltimore

geographical name
Bal·​ti·​more | \ ˈbȯl-tə-ˌmȯr, -mər; ˈbȯlt-mər; by residents usually ˈbȯl-tē-ˌmȯr or ˈbȯl-mər \

Definition of Baltimore (Entry 3 of 3)

city and port on the estuary of the Patapsco River in north central Maryland population 620,961

Note: Baltimore is by far Maryland's most populous city.

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Geographical name

Baltimorean \ ˌbȯl-​tə-​ˈmȯr-​ē-​ən \ noun

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