Linlithgow [lin-lith-goh] Examples noun
- former name of West Lothian.
Examples from the Web for linlithgow Historical Examples of linlithgow
The meeting was held, but adjourned, after resolving that it should be resumed at Linlithgow.
So in the beginning of December 1606, the Assembly was summoned to meet in Linlithgow.
Mary was born on December 7, 1542, in the palace of Linlithgow.
Linlithgow and Stirling are in the open and cultivated part of Scotland.
He had begun to build and repair and decorate at Holyrood and Linlithgow.
British Dictionary definitions for linlithgow Linlithgow noun
- a town in SE Scotland, in West Lothian: ruined palace, residence of Scottish kings and birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots. Pop: 13 370 (2001)
- the former name of West Lothian