Definition of Williamsburg in English:

Williamsburg

Syllabification: Wil·liams·burg
Pronunciation: /ˈwilyəmzˌbərg
 
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  • 1A city in southeastern Virginia, between the James and York rivers; population 12,481 (est. 2008). It was the state capital of Virginia from 1699, when it was named in honor of William III, until 1799, when Richmond became the capital. A large part of the town has been restored and reconstructed so that it appears as it was during the colonial era.
  • 2A residential and industrial section of northern Brooklyn in New York City, noted for its Hasidic Jewish community and arts colony.

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