[loh-th ee-uh nz]
[loh-th ee-uh n]
- a region in E Scotland. 700 sq. mi. (1813 sq. km).
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Examples from the Web for lothians
Francis or Fraunceys appears from Bain to have been a common name in the Lothians.The Bruce
But on his way through the Lothians he heard how weak that enemy was.Montrose
For safety he is removed to the Lothians: preaches at Inveresk, 59.
It has been stated to me that some of the colliers in the Lothians are of Gipsy extraction.A History of the Gipsies
In 1478 he was made commissary of the Lothians, and in 1479 Archdeacon of Argyle.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
- the Lothians three historic counties of SE central Scotland (now council areas): East Lothian, West Lothian, and Midlothian (including Edinburgh)