Definition of Lincoln in English:

Lincoln

proper noun

  • 1A city in eastern England, the county town of Lincolnshire; population 86,800 (est. 2009). It was founded by the Romans as Lindum Colonia.

  • 2The state capital of Nebraska; population 251,624 (est. 2008). Founded as Lancaster in 1856, it was made state capital in 1867 and renamed in honour of Abraham Lincoln.

Pronunciation:

Lincoln

/ˈlɪŋk(ə)n/