Iceni

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plural noun Ice·ni \ī-ˈsē-ˌnī\

Definition of Iceni

  1. :  an ancient British people that under their queen Boudicca revolted against the Romans in a.d. 60

Icenian

play \ī-ˈsē-nē-ən\ or

Icenic

play \ī-ˈsē-nik, -ˈse-\ adjective

Origin and Etymology of iceni

Latin


First Known Use: 1573


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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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