Monmouth

biographical name
Mon·​mouth | \ˈmən-məth, ˈmän-\

Definition of Monmouth 

(Entry 1 of 2)

Duke of 1649–1685 James Scott, son of Charles II of England English rebel and claimant to the throne

Monmouth

geographical name
Mon·​mouth | \ˈmän-məth, ˈmən-\
variants: or Monmouthshire \ -​ˌshir , -​shər \

Definition of Monmouth (Entry 2 of 2)

administrative area of southeastern Wales bordering on the estuary of the Severn River and on England, which it was sometimes considered to be part of area 328 square miles (850 square kilometers), population 91,323

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