Baltimore
I. biographical name David 1938- American microbiologist II. biographical name Baron — see George Calvert III. geographical name city & port N central Maryland on the Patapsco estuary near Chesapeake Bay population 651,154 • Baltimorean noun

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  • Baltimore — Baltimore1 [bôl′tə môr΄] Lord 1st Baron Baltimore ( George Calvert) 1580? 1632; Eng. statesman: founder of Maryland Baltimore2 [bôl′tə môr΄; ] locally [, bôl′təmər] [after BALTIMORE1 Lord] seaport in N Md., on an arm of Chesapeake Bay on its… …   English World dictionary

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