Cambridge

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English Cantebrigge, Grentebrige, from Old English Grante bryċġ, Granta-briċġ, Grantanbryċġ (Granta-bridge). Granta is probably of Celtic origin, identified as Brythonic settlement, Cair Grauth. See Cam.

By Middle English when the name of the settlement had changed to "Cantebrigge" and eventually "Cambridge", the lower stretches of the River Granta were renamed Cam by back-formation from Cambridge.

PronunciationEdit

  • enPR: kāmʹbrĭj, IPA(key): /ˈkeɪm.bɹɪdʒ/
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Proper nounEdit

Cambridge

  1. A city and local government district of Cambridgeshire, England famous for its university.
  2. Cambridge University.
    He went to Cambridge, you know.
  3. A village, the county seat of Henry County, Illinois, United States.
  4. A city, the county seat of Dorchester County, Maryland, United States.
  5. A city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, famous for being the location of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It was formerly one of the county seats.
  6. A city, the county seat of Isanti County, Minnesota, United States.
  7. A city, the county seat of Guernsey County, Ohio, United States.
  8. A town and village in Lamoille County, Vermont, United States.
  9. A city in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
  10. A town in the Waikato, New Zealand.

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Cambridge m

  1. Cambridge (a city in England)

PortugueseEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /ˈkẽj̃.bɹid͡ʒ/, /ˈkejm.bɹid͡ʒ/, /ˈkẽj̃.bɾid͡ʒ/

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Cambridge f

  1. Cambridge (a city in England)

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Proper nounEdit

Cambridge ?

  1. Cambridge (a city in England)

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