Definition of Britannia in English:

Britannia

Line breaks: Bri¦tan|nia
Pronunciation: /brɪˈtanjə
 
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The personification of Britain, usually depicted as a helmeted woman with shield and trident. The figure appeared on Roman coins and was revived with the name Britannia on the coinage of Charles II.

Origin

the Latin name for Britain.

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