Jamestown

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Etymology[edit]

James +‎ -town

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Jamestown

  1. Any of numerous places in English-speaking regions
    1. In Virginia, the first English settlement in America.
    2. The capital of the island of Saint Helena.
    3. A small city in Kentucky, USA, and the county seat of Russell County.
    4. A city in North Dakota, USA, and the county seat of Stutsman County.
    5. A city in Tennessee, USA, and the county seat of Fentress County.

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Spanish[edit]

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Proper noun[edit]

Jamestown ?

  1. Jamestown