Definition of Lowlander. Meaning of Lowlander. Synonyms of Lowlander

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Definition of Lowlander

Lowlander
Lowlander Low"land*er, n. A native or inhabitant of the Lowlands, especially of the Lowlands of Scotland, as distinguished from Highlander.

Meaning of Lowlander from wikipedia

- Lowlander or Lowlanders may refer to: Lowlander, a person from the Scottish Lowlands Lowlander (album), a 2000 album by Ed Miller Albion Lowlander, a Scottish-built...
- Lowlander is a 2000 album by Ed Miller. In Your Heart, Home with You (Ian Davidson/Brian McNeill/Ed Miller) - 3:01 Rivers and Reivers (traditional/Ed...
- The Albion Lowlander was a Scottish-built low-height double-decker bus. During 1960 the Scottish Bus Group faced Leyland Motors (which had absorbed Albion...
- Myllennium Lowlander is the type of double-decker bus body built on the DAF/VDL DB250 ch****is by East Lancashire Coachbuilders. The name "Lowlander" was derived...
- The Lowlanders Białystok is an American football team based in Białystok, Poland. They play in the Liga ****bolu Amerykańskiego. The team joined to the...
- indigenous areas. The Hoa (ethnic Chinese) and Khmer Krom people are mainly lowlanders. Throughout Vietnam's history, many Chinese people, largely from South...
- considered standard for any successful summit. ...although an acclimatised lowlander can survive for a time on the summit of Everest without supplemental oxygen...
- of Jacobitism and the advent of the Union, thousands of Scots, mainly Lowlanders, took up numerous positions of power in politics, civil service, the army...
- to south, are: Iraya, Alangan, Tadyawan, Tawbuid (called Batangan by lowlanders on the west of the island), Buhid, and Hanunoo. An additional group on...
- differ from one another ethnically, culturally, and linguistically ... Lowlanders differ from Highlanders in their ethnic origin. While Highland Scots are...
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