Meaning of Selkirk

Sel•kirk

Pronunciation: (sel'kûrk), [key]
  1. (originally Alexander Selcraig), 1676–1721, Scottish sailor marooned on a Pacific island: supposed prototype of Robinson Crusoe.
  2. Also calleda historic county in SE Scotland.
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