Linlithgow [lin-lith-goh] Examples noun

  1. 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.

    Andrew Melville

    William Morison

  • So in the beginning of December 1606, the Assembly was summoned to meet in Linlithgow.

    Andrew Melville

    William Morison

  • Mary was born on December 7, 1542, in the palace of Linlithgow.

    Great Men and Famous Women. Vol. 5 of 8


  • Linlithgow and Stirling are in the open and cultivated part of Scotland.

    Mary Queen of Scots, Makers of History

    Jacob Abbott

  • He had begun to build and repair and decorate at Holyrood and Linlithgow.

    Royal Edinburgh

    Margaret Oliphant

  • British Dictionary definitions for linlithgow Linlithgow noun

    1. 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)
    2. the former name of West Lothian
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