Kincardineshire

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Etymology[edit]

From Kincardine +‎ -shire, after a town that ceased to exist in the Middle Ages (not from other places named Kincardine).

Proper noun[edit]

Kincardineshire

  1. a historic county in Scotland abolished in 1975, the county town was Stonehaven. Most of the county was taken into Kincardine and Deeside district in Grampian Region.