Hebridean

Hebrides

[heb-ri-deez]
noun (used with a plural verb)
a group of islands (Inner Hebrides and Outer Hebrides) off the W coast of and belonging to Scotland. About 2900 sq. mi. (7500 sq. km).
Also called Western Islands.

Hebridean, Hebridian, adjective
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Hebridean or Hebridian (ˌhɛbrɪˈdiːən, hɛˈbrɪdɪən)
 
adj
1.  of or relating to the Hebrides or their inhabitants
 
n
2.  a native or inhabitant of the Hebrides
 
Hebridian or Hebridian
 
adj
 
n

Hebrides (ˈhɛbrɪˌdiːz)
 
pl n
the Hebrides Also known as: the Western Isles a group of over 500 islands off the W coast of Scotland: separated by the North Minch, Little Minch, and the Sea of the Hebrides: the chief islands are Skye, Raasay, Rum, Eigg, Coll, Tiree, Mull, Jura, Colonsay, and Islay (Inner Hebrides), and Lewis with Harris, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist, and Barra (Outer Hebrides)

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