A statue of the leader of the Iceni, Queen Boadicea.
Iceni definition by Webster's New World
an ancient British people that, led by Queen Boadicea, rebelled against the Romans in 60
Origin: Classical Latin
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- Icenian adjective
Iceni definition by American Heritage Dictionary
An ancient Celtic tribe of eastern Britain who under Queen Boudicca fought unsuccessfully against the Romans about A.D. 60.
Origin: Latin Icenī.
- I·ceˈnic adjective