Canterbury meaning

kăntər-bĕrē, -brē, -tə-
A city of southeast England east-southeast of London. Its 11th-century cathedral, the seat of the primate of the Church of England, became an important medieval pilgrimage center after the murder there of Thomas à Becket (1170).
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City in Kent, SE England; seat of the primate of the Church of England.
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A rack for magazines or other papers, usually wooden, often done as a decorative piece.
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Origin of canterbury

  • From Canterbury.

    From Wiktionary