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Caledonian is a geographical term used to refer to places, species, or items in or from Scotland, or particularly the Scottish Highlands. It derives from Caledonia, the Roman name for the area of modern Scotland. It is often abbreviated to "Caley", "Cally", or "The Caley", or — in Gaelic — "An Calaidh" (The Caley).

Caledonian is also used to refer to places or people in or from New Caledonia.

It may refer to:

It is also used by Scottish institutions or societies around the world, or by groups with Scottish ancestry. For example the Caledonian Club in London.

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