a town in southern England, on the Thames River, opposite Eton; population 31,800 (est. 2009).
an industrial city and port in Ontario, southern Canada, on Lake Ontario, opposite the US city of Detroit; population 216,473 (2006).
a commercial and residential town in north central Connecticut, north of Hartford; population 28,851 (est. 2008).
the name of the British royal family since 1917. Previously Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, it was changed in response to anti-German feeling in World War I.