Examples from the Web for caledonia
I have some reason to believe that the boards were purchased at the sale of the author of Caledonia.Notes and Queries, 1850.12.21|Various
Breakfast was awaiting us on the good old ship "Caledonia," and a warm welcome from Capt. Andrews.My Trip Around the World|Eleonora Hunt
But Mr. Chalmers, in his Caledonia, has brought several proofs that this assertion is too general.
We have been in great distress, really in distress, at the non-arrival of the Caledonia.The Letters of Charles Dickens|Charles Dickens
He embraced me cordially, and I exulted in the thought that I now actually had him in Caledonia.'Rowlandson the Caricaturist. First Volume|Joseph Grego
British Dictionary definitions for caledonia
Word Origin and History for caledonia
Roman name of part of northern Britain, taken from the name of former inhabitants, of unknown origin, perhaps Celtic; since 18c, applied poetically to Scotland or the Scottish Highlands. Related: Caledonian.