American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Scotland on the North Sea at the mouth of the Dee River. It is known as "the Granite City” because stone from local quarries is used in many of its buildings. Population: 177,000.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In ornithology, a name of the knot (which see), Tringa canutus.
- n. A port city in Scotland, on the North Sea.
- n. A county in northeastern Scotland.
- n. A city in northeastern South Dakota.
- n. A city in eastern Maryland, home of the Aberdeen Proving Grounds.
- n. usually capitalized Alternative form of Aberdeen Terrier..
- n. a town in northeastern South Dakota
- n. a town in western Washington
- n. a city in northeastern Scotland on the North Sea
- n. a town in northeastern Maryland
- From Scottish Gaelic aber ("river mouth") + Don ("river in Scotland") (the site of Old Aberdeen). Written Aberdon c. 1187 and Aberden c. 1214. (Wiktionary)
“A friend of mine told me she was going to a concert in aberdeen and I had to ask whether it was Aberdeen, MD or Aberdeen Scotland.”
“The Jumbo floating restaurant in Aberdeen harbour, where Chow has his final cook-off, also pops up in cop thriller Infernal Affairs 2, while the harbour itself is one of the few places from Enter the Dragon that's still easy to track down today.”
“She grew up in Aberdeen, Ohio, but spent as much time in Maysville.”
“The town council in Aberdeen in 1731 felt it necessary to ban Andrew Ferguson, a piper, from playing at night, as this had the effect of raising "mobs and tumults in the streets".”
“US singer and songwriter who was born in Aberdeen, Washington and is best known as the troubled front man for the grunge group, Nirvana in the 1990s.”
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