Plymouth

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Etymology[edit]

From Plym +‎ mouth, referring to the river's mouth.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈplɪməθ/
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Proper noun[edit]

Plymouth

  1. A city and unitary authority in Devon, England.
  2. A sea area between this city and France
  3. A city in California.
  4. A town in Connecticut.
  5. A village in Illinois.
  6. A city in Indiana, and the county seat of Marshall County.
  7. A city and a county in Iowa.
  8. A town in Maine.
  9. A town in Massachusetts, which is one of the two county seats of Plymouth County.
  10. A city in Michigan.
  11. A city in Minnesota.
  12. The de jure and abandoned capital of Montserrat.
  13. A village in Nebraska.
  14. A town in New Hampshire.
  15. A town in New York.
  16. A town in North Carolina, and county seat of Washington County.
  17. One of two rural communities in Nova Scotia, Canada.
  18. A village in Ohio.
  19. A borough in Pennsylvania.
  20. A town in Utah.
  21. A town in Vermont.
  22. One of three towns and a city in Wisconsin.
  23. A brand of car marketed by Chrysler.

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