Dunbar

[ duhn-bahr for 1; duhn-bahr for 2, 3 ]
/ ˈdʌn bɑr for 1; dʌnˈbɑr for 2, 3 /

noun

Paul Laurence, 1872–1906, U.S. poet.
William, c1460–c1520, Scottish poet.
a town in the Lothian region, in SE Scotland, at the mouth of the Firth of Forth: site of Cromwell's defeat of the Scots 1650.

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Dunbar1
/ (dʌnˈbɑː) /

noun

a port and resort in SE Scotland, in East Lothian: scene of Cromwell's defeat of the Scots (1650). Pop: 6354 (2001)

British Dictionary definitions for Dunbar (2 of 2)

Dunbar2
/ (dʌnˈbɑː) /

noun

William. ?1460–?1520, Scottish poet, noted for his satirical, allegorical, and elegiac works
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