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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