noun (used with a plural verb)
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Historical Examples of hebridean
She is also defective in her knowledge of Hebridean geography.
From the Hebridean Isle of Fladdahuan comes a similar story.An Introduction to Mythology
As the vessel neared the shore, a large Hebridean eagle hovered over the masts.Memoirs of the Jacobites of 1715 and 1745
The Hebridean islands exceed 500 in number, of which one-fifth are inhabited.
Or has the silver herring been borne, by the wash of retreating surges, out into the Hebridean deep.Literary Tours in The Highlands and Islands of Scotland
Daniel Turner Holmes
originally Ebudae, Haebudes, of uncertain origin. Apparently a scribal error turned -u- into -ri-. The Norse name, Suðregar, "Southern Islands," is relative to the Orkneys. Related: Hebridean.