Strathclyde

geographical name
Strath·​clyde | \ strath-ˈklīd How to pronounce Strathclyde (audio) \

Definition of Strathclyde

Celtic kingdom of 6th to 11th centuries in southern Scotland and northwestern England; capital Dumbarton

Note: The southern part of Strathclyde was called Cum*bria \ ˈkəm-​brē-​ə How to pronounce ˈkəm-brē-ə (audio) \ .

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