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Brunswick

"town and former imperial province of northern Germany, an Anglicization of GermanBraunschweig, literally "Bruno's settlement," from Bruno + Old Saxon wik "village," which is from Latin (see wick (n.2)). Traditionally founded c. 861 and named for Bruno son of Duke Ludolf of Saxony.

updated on October 10, 2017

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Definitions of Brunswick from WordNet

Brunswick (n.)
a university town in southwestern Maine;
Brunswick (n.)
a town in southeast Georgia near the Atlantic coast; a port of entry;
Brunswick (n.)
a city in central Germany;
Synonyms: Braunschweig
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