Käännettävä sana (suomeksi tai englanniksi):
New Edinburgh (suomeksi)
- (lb, en, history) The capital of the short-lived Scottish colony of (l, en, New Caledonia) (1698–1700), (non-gloss definition, now) (l, und, Sukunya), (non-gloss definition, a.k.a.) (l, es, Puerto Escocés) (gloss, Spanish for “Port Scotland”).
- A community founded in 1783, currently located in the District of (l, en, Clare), (l, en, Digby) County, in the Canadian province of (l, en, Nova Scotia).
- A settlement in the Canadian province of (l, en, Ontario), established in 1829, incorporated as a village of that name in 1867, and annexed by the City of (l, en, Ottawa) in 1887, of which it now forms a neighbourhood in its (l, en, Rideau-Rockcliffe) Ward. ((non-gloss definition, The affluent neighbourhood is notable as the location of the official residences of both the Governor General and the Prime Minister of Canada.))