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From Medieval Latin Aberdonia ("Aberdeen") + -an


  • There is another most important circumstance in what may be called the Aberdonian epoch of Lord Byron's life.

    The Life of Lord Byron

  • I DID a pilot for a new TV series last week and one of my guests was plucky Aberdonian Norman Baker, LibDem MP for the south coast constituency of Lewes.

    Only The English are British

  • John Sellar, a former Aberdonian police chief who now works for the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species Cites, said priorities and tactics needed to change if the alarming decline in tigers and other threatened animals was to be reversed.

    Illegal wildlife trade: World's police 'must learn from environmental groups'

  • He was a silent, precise man with a dour nature and a hard Aberdonian accent.


  • The first ever Aberdeen City & Shire Film Festival is set to happen this year and with a great Aberdonian film opening the festival, One Day Removals Filmstalker review.

    Filmstalker: July 2009 Archives

  • So, although I'll happily describe myself as Aberdonian, Scottish, British and European, I just don't see the need to create a separate Scottish nation state.

    A Big Stick and a Small Carrot

  • Every young Aberdonian surveyed on drinking habits said they had suffered memory loss, a study has found.

    Top of the Alcopops

  • For three years aged 15 - 18, I did go to school with people from all over the world at an international school in the Netherlands so I've probably got to know more people from other cultures than the average Aberdonian.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • So I'm an Aberdonian, 29 of my 33 years have been spent here.

    Archive 2005-03-01

  • I do understand it when another Aberdonian says something like "Fit like min?" or "Da dee at ye bam!"

    Archive 2005-03-01


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