Etymology
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Ulster

northernmost of the four provinces of Ireland, 14c., from Anglo-French Ulvestre (early 13c.), Anglo-Latin Ulvestera (c. 1200), corresponding to Old Norse Ulfastir, probably from Irish Ulaidh "men of Ulster" + suffix also found in Leinster, Munster, and perhaps representing Irish tir "land."

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Definitions of Ulster
1
ulster (n.)
loose long overcoat of heavy fabric; usually belted;
2
Ulster (n.)
a historic division of Ireland located in the northeastern part of the island; six of Ulster's nine counties are in Northern Ireland;
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