Definition of Dunedin in English:

Dunedin

proper noun

  • 1A city and port on South Island in New Zealand, founded in 1848 by Scottish settlers; population 118,683 (2006)

  • 2A resort city in western Florida, on the Gulf of Mexico, west of Tampa; population 35,988 (est. 2008)

Pronunciation:

Dunedin

/ˌdənˈēd(ə)n/