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Phoenicia an ancient kingdom on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean.
pound2 the chief monetary unit of the United Kingdom and, formerly, of Ireland, equaling one hundred pence. [1/4 definitions]
realm a royal kingdom; domain. [1/2 definitions]
Rome the capital of the Roman Empire, and of the kingdom and republic that preceded it. [1/2 definitions]
Samaria the northern kingdom of ancient Israel, or its capital. [1/2 definitions]
Samos a Greek island in the North Aegean Sea, which, in Greek mythology, was part of the kingdom of Odysseus.
Scotland a division of the United Kingdom, comprising the northern part of Great Britain and nearby islands.
Serbia a former kingdom, now a constituent republic in eastern Yugoslavia.
subkingdom in taxonomy, a category indicating a primary subdivision of a plant or animal kingdom.
tanner3 (informal) a coin formerly minted in the United Kingdom worth six pence; a sixpence.
threepence a former coin of the United Kingdom worth three pence. [1/2 definitions]
twopence a silver coin of the United Kingdom worth two pence. [1/3 definitions]
UK abbreviation of "United Kingdom," a northwestern European country between the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, comprising Great Britain and Northern Ireland; United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (usu. prec. by, "the").
union jack (cap.) the national flag of the United Kingdom. [1/2 definitions]
United Kingdom a northwestern European country between the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, comprising Great Britain (England, Scotland, and Wales) and Northern Ireland; United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (usu. prec. by, "the").
Visigoth a member of the western division of the Goths, who invaded the Roman Empire in the fourth century and established a kingdom in France and Spain. (Cf. Ostrogoth.)
Wales a division of the United Kingdom in southwestern Great Britain.