Richmond
geographical name 1. city W California NNW of Oakland on San Francisco Bay population 99,216 2. city E Indiana population 39,124 3. city central Kentucky population 27,152 4. borough of New York City — see Staten Island 5. city capital of Virginia on the James population 197,790 6. city Canada in SW British Columbia S of Vancouver population 164,345 7. (or in full Richmond upon Thames) borough of SW Greater London, England population 154,600 • Richmonder noun

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