Cumbria definition by Webster's New World
county in NW England, on the Scottish border: 2,632 sq mi (6,817 sq km); pop. 483,000
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- Cumbrian adjective, noun
Cumbria definition by American Heritage Dictionary
An ancient Celtic kingdom of northwest England. The southern part came under Anglo-Saxon control c. 944; the northern portion passed to Scotland in 1018.
- Cumˈbri·an adjective & n.