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Caledonians is the English language translation of the Latin word Caledonii, referring to the enemies of the Roman Empire in Caledonia (modern Scotland).
Caledonians may also refer to:
- Caledonians, often in a light-hearted context, used as an alternative word to Scots, Scottish or Scotch, to refer to people who live in, or come from, Scotland.
- Caledonians, a square dance for eight resembling the quadrille
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