(gren′ic̸h; chiefly Brit, grin′ij; for 2, also grēn′wic̸h)
borough of Greater London, England, located on the prime meridian: pop. 208,000: formerly the site of an astronomical observatory
suburb of Stamford, in SW Conn.: pop. 61,000
See Greenwich in American Heritage Dictionary 4
(grĕnˈĭch, grĭnˈĭj) A borough of Greater London in southeast England on the Thames River. It is the site of the original Royal Observatory, through which passes the prime meridian, or longitude 0°. Population: 228,000.
(grĕnˈĭch, grĭnˈ-, grēnˈwĭchˌ) A town of southwest Connecticut on Long Island Sound near the New York border. Settled in 1640, it is mainly residential. Population: 62,100.