Yorkshire

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English[edit]

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From Middle English Yorkshire; equivalent to York (English city) +‎ shire. Displaced native Middle English Everwich schire.

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Yorkshire

  1. England's largest county. Situated in the north-east England; divided into three ridings, (North, West and East, and The City Of York). Since 1974 for administration purposes local government has used different divisions.
  2. A British English dialect as spoken (and possibly written) in the county of Yorkshire.

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Yorkshire (plural Yorkshires)

  1. (informal) A Yorkshire pudding.

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Etymology[edit]

From York +‎ shire.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈjɔrkˌʃiːr/, /ˈjɔrkˌʃər/

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Yorkshire

  1. Yorkshire (county of England)

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Yorkshire m

  1. Yorkshire (a county of England)

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Yorkshire m, f (plural Yorkshires)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of yorkshire