Rutland
or Rutlandshire geographical name former county E central England capital Oakham

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  • Rutland — Basisdaten Status Unitary Authority Zeremonielle Grafschaft Traditionelle Grafschaft Region East Midlands …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Rutland — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Rutlan es el más pequeño de los condados tradicionales de Inglaterra, en el Reino Unido. Localización del condado de Rutland. Limita al oeste y al norte con Leicestershire, al noroeste con Lincolnshire y al sudoeste… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Rutland — (spr. röttländ), Grafschaft im nördl. England, 394 qkm, (1901) 19.708 E; Hauptstadt Oakham …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Rutland — (Röttländ), mittelenglische Grafschaft, nur 7 QM. groß. mit 24000 E., ist sehr fruchtbar, hat treffliche Viehzucht (Stillonkäse). Hauptst.: Oakham (Ohkämm), mit 3000 E …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Rutland —   [ rʌtlənd], ehemalige County in England, seit 1974 Teil der County Leicestershire.   …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Rutland — [rut′ləndshir΄, rut′ləndshərrut′lənd] former county of EC England, now part of Leicestershire: also Rutlandshire [rut′ləndshir΄, rut′ləndshər] …   English World dictionary

  • Rutland — For other uses, see Rutland (disambiguation). Coordinates: 52°39′20.00″N 0°39′30.00″W / 52.65556°N 0.65833°W / 52.65556; 0.65833 …   Wikipedia

  • Rutland — /rut leuhnd/, n. 1. a city in W Vermont. 18,436. 2. Rutlandshire. * * * ▪ Vermont, United States       city, seat (1784) of Rutland county, south central Vermont, U.S. It lies between the Green Mountains and the Taconic Range on Otter Creek. In… …   Universalium

  • Rutland — 52°39′20.00″N 0°39′30.00″O / 52.6555556, 0.6583333 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Rutland — This famous locational surname derives from an Olde English pre 6th Century estate or region formerly known in ancient times as Rota s land . This name is first recorded in the Danelaw Charter of 863 A.D., although the surname is much later. Rota …   Surnames reference

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