Winchester meaning

wĭnchĕstər, -chĭ-stər
A city of south-central England southwest of London. The capital of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex, it was an important center of learning that attracted many religious scholars.
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A trademark for a shoulder firearm.
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A type of repeating rifle with a tubular magazine set horizontally under the barrel.
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(place) County seat of Hampshire, S England: site of 11th-14th cent. cathedral.
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The code name for one of AMD's 64-bit CPUs introduced at the end of 2004. See also Winchester disk.
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The county town of Hampshire, England; or any of the towns named after it.
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A Winchester rifle, typically a lever-action repeater.
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A bottle holding a Winchester quart.
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(computing, dated) A hard disk.
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Origin of winchester

  • From the Old English Wintanceastre.

    From Wiktionary