There are 2 definitions of canterbury in English:

canterbury1

Line breaks: can¦ter|bury
Pronunciation: /ˈkantəb(ə)ri
 
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noun (plural canterburies)

A low cabinet for holding music or books.

Origin

early 19th century: named after Canterbury in Kent (from a belief that the Archbishop of Canterbury ordered such a piece to be made).

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There are 2 definitions of canterbury in English:

Canterbury2

Line breaks: Can¦ter|bury
Pronunciation: /ˈkantəbəri
 
/
1A city in Kent, SE England, the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury; population 41,900 (est. 2009). St Augustine established a church and monastery there in 597 and it became a place of medieval pilgrimage.
2A region on the central east coast of the South Island, New Zealand.

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