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  1. Chelseanoun

    A district on the northern bank of the river Thames in western London.

  2. Chelseanoun

    Any of several places (mostly in the US) named after it.

  3. Chelseanoun

    An urban area on the north bank of the river Thames in Kensington and Chelsea borough, Greater London.

  4. Chelseanoun

    Any of several places named after it.

  5. Chelseanoun

    A type of porcelain once manufactured there.

  6. Chelseanoun

    A female given name transferred from the place name.

  7. Etymology: From Old English Celchyth, from cealc ("chalk") hȳþ ("landing place").


  1. Chelsea

    Chelsea is a city in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States, directly across the Mystic River from the city of Boston. It is the smallest city in Massachusetts in land area, and the 26th most densely populated in the country. As of the 2010 Census, it had a population of 35,177. According to the United States Census Bureau, Chelsea has a total area of 2.5 square miles, of which 2.2 square miles is land and 0.23 square miles, or 10.02%, is water. Located on a peninsula in Boston Harbor, Chelsea is drained by Chelsea Creek and sits on the Mystic River just north of downtown Boston.

The Nuttall Encyclopedia

  1. Chelsea

    a western suburb of London, on the N. of the Thames; famous for its hospital for old and disabled soldiers, and the place of residence of sundry literary celebrities, among others Sir Thomas More, Swift, Steele, and Carlyle.

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. chelsea

    A parish of England, in Middlesex, on the Thames. Chelsea Hospital is the great national asylum for decayed and maimed soldiers, and one of the noblest institutions of the kind in Europe. The institution was founded by Charles II. in 1682. Connected with the hospital is the Military Asylum, a noble establishment, founded in 1801, for the education and maintenance of the children of soldiers. See Asylum.

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Etymology and Origins

  1. Chelsea

    Anciently “Chevelsey,” or “Shingle Island.” See “Chiswick.”

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Chelsea in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Chelsea in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of Chelsea in a Sentence

  1. Hillary Clinton:

    I think one of the things we hope in the series is that people who are maybe down, or maybe struggling or worried about criticism that they get, will find ways of dealing with it, whether it's from Megan Thee Stallion or from Chelsea and me, gutsy Women.

  2. John McCain:

    Why is Chelsea Clinton so ugly?

  3. Peter Brukner:

    I thought it was appalling behaviour by the manager, he has a player who has gone down, who has remained down and the referee obviously considered it serious enough to summon on The Chelsea doctor and the physio.

  4. The Randy Rogers Band singer:

    Once you find out something is wrong with your baby, you’re scared to death. You don’t want to leave their side, chelsea was discharged from the hospital after just two days, but our nesting room enabled us to still be there for Rumer and hold her around the clock. You want to be there all the time, you want to know who is taking care of your kid, you want to speak to the doctors and nurses … This is something every hospital in the country should have, an amazing system of support set up for parents caring for a sick child, and it’s something Chelsea and I have become very passionate about.

  5. Chase Strangio:

    But the delay in treatment came with a significant cost to Chelsea and her mental health and we are hopeful that the government continues to meet Chelsea's medical needs as is its obligation under the Constitution so that those harms may be mitigated.

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