[ waw-ter-ferd, wot-er- ]
/ ˈwɔ tər fərd, ˈwɒt ər- /
a county in Munster province, in the S Republic of Ireland. 710 sq. mi. (1840 sq. km).
its county seat: a seaport.
a town in SE Connecticut.
Example sentences from the Web for waterford
Amid the ruins of the house some things had escaped any harm: a Waterford crystal glass fruit bowl and the telephone.Life Under Air Strikes: Children Under Fire Will Never Forget — or Forgive |Clive Irving |August 3, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
He glanced sorrowfully once or twice at the clock, then at Horace, then at Waterford.Reginald Cruden |Talbot Baines Reed
To one of the dioceses of Munster was assigned the area now occupied by the two dioceses of Waterford and Lismore.St. Bernard of Clairvaux's Life of St. Malachy of Armagh |H. J. Lawlor
That reminds me of the man who was waiting in Waterford Station on March 12th, and to pass the time had a ham sandwich at the bar.The Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent |S.M. Hussey
He had still some distance to pull, though he kept a look-out for a larger boat or a sailing hooker on her way up to Waterford.The Missing Ship |W. H. G. Kingston
Having amassed a competence, he returned to the county of Waterford, purchased an estate, and built a mansion.
British Dictionary definitions for waterford
/ (ˈwɔːtəfəd) /
a county of S Republic of Ireland, in Munster province on the Atlantic: mountainous in the centre and in the northwest County town: Waterford. Pop: 101 546 (2002). Area: 1838 sq km (710 sq miles)
a port in S Republic of Ireland, county town of Co Waterford: famous glass industry; fishing. Pop: 44 594 (2002)