Deeside

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Dee (River Dee (Wales)) +‎ -side

Proper noun[edit]

Deeside

  1. A conurbation consisting of the towns and villages around the estuary of the Dee spanning England and Wales.

Etymology 2[edit]

Dee (River Dee (Aberdeenshire)) +‎ -side

Proper noun[edit]

Deeside

  1. (Usually with Royal) The area around Braemar on the banks of the Dee in Scotland, home to Balmoral.