Definition of Fitzrovia in English:

Fitzrovia

proper noun

  • An area of central London between Bloomsbury and Marylebone, near the British Museum, traditionally associated with writers and bohemians.

Origin

1950s: Latinized form from Fitzroy Square, on the model of Belgravia.

Pronunciation

Fitzrovia

/fɪtsˈrəʊvɪə/