Definition of Bothnic in English:

Bothnic

adjective

  • Of, belonging to, or designating (part of) the Gulf of Bothnia or the lands surrounding it; = Bothnian.

    Related Bothnian

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Edward Grimeston (fl. 1604–1634), translator. From (i) French Bothnique and its probable etymon (ii) post-classical Latin Bothnicus from the name of Bothnia + -icus.

Pronunciation

Bothnic

/ˈbɒθnɪk/