Definition of Salisbury in English:

Salisbury

proper noun

  • 1A city in southern England, in Wiltshire; population 42,900 (est. 2009). It is noted for its 13th-century cathedral, whose spire, at 123 m (404 ft), is the highest in England. Its diocese is known as Sarum, an old name for the city.

  • 2

    former name (until 1982) for Harare

Pronunciation:

Salisbury

/ˈsɔːlzb(ə)ri/