Linlithgowshire
I. geographical name see West Lothian 2 II. geographical name see Linlithgow II, 1

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  • Linlithgowshire — (spr. linlithgo schĭr, auch Westlothian genannt), kleine Grafschaft Südschottlands, südlich am Firth of Forth, grenzt im W. an die Grafschaften Stirling und Lanark und umfaßt 328 qkm (6 QM.) mit (1901) 65,699 Einw. (200 auf 1 qkm) Hauptstadt ist… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Linlithgowshire —    LINLITHGOWSHIRE, a county, in the south of Scotland, bounded on the north by the Frith of Forth; on the east and south east, by the county of Edinburgh; on the south west, by Lanarkshire; and on the west, by the county of Stirling. It lies… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • Linlithgowshire — West Lothian Lodainn an Iar Verwaltungssitz Livingston Fläche 427 km² (20.) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • linlithgowshire — lin·lith·gow·shire …   English syllables

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  • West Lothian — Linlithgowshire redirects here. See also Linlithgowshire (UK Parliament constituency). West Lothian Wast Lowden Lodainn an Iar …   Wikipedia

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