geographical name Heb·ri·des \ˈhe-brə-ˌdēz\

Definition of Hebrides

  1. islands of western Scotland in the Atlantic, divided by Little Minch Strait into the Inner Hebrides (near the mainland) and the Outer Hebrides (to the northwest) area 2900 square miles (7540 square kilometers), population 30,660 — see lewis with harris, western isles


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