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Meaning of Winchester

Win•ches•ter

Pronunciation: (win'ches"tur, -chu-stur), [key]
— n.
  1. a city in Hampshire, in S England: cathedral; capital of the early Wessex kingdom and of medieval England. 88,700.
  2. a town in E Massachusetts, near Boston. 20,701.
  3. a city in N Virginia: Civil War battles 1862, 1864. 20,217.
  4. a city in E central Kentucky. 15,216.
  5. a town in NW Connecticut. 10,841.
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