The old Latin name of Scotland however utilized in poetry
- the geographic area (in Roman times) to your north of Antonine Wall; today a poetic title for Scotland
- The old Latin title of Scotland; -- however used in poetry.
Name Origin: Latin
Name Gender: Female
Roman name of section of north Britain, obtained from the name of previous inhabitants, which is of unidentified beginning, possibly Celtic; since 18c, applied poetically to Scotland or the Scottish Highlands. Associated: Caledonian.
SAINT JOHNSBURY, a township and the county-seat of Caledonia county, Vermont, U.S.A., on the Passumpsic river, about 34 m.