Definition of Lindisfarne in English:


Line breaks: Lin¦dis|farne
Pronunciation: /ˈlɪndɪsˌfɑːn
A small island off the coast of Northumberland, north of the Farne Islands. Linked to the mainland by a causeway exposed only at low tide, it is the site of a church and monastery founded by St Aidan in 635. Also called Holy Island.

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