a county, staffordshire, yorkshire, lincolnshire, its also the name of a big work pony, called the shyre oss or shire horse or just shire pony, counties in the former english colonies are also called shires
I'm from a small village in the south stafford"shire" coal feilds,
A nickname for Whiting, Indiana, typically used by residents of Northwestern Indiana usually in their 60s and 70s. The nickname is believed to orginate with Whiting's orginal name Chelshire. Chelshire was renamed to Whiting in the 1890s but the nickname stuck.
Hey, let's go to the Shire.
Affectionate and Core word for the beautiful area of countryside and villages in South-East Leicestershire and bordering on Northamptonshire which runs from Kibworth in the North West, down via Medbourne and Ashley in the South East and round to the hub, Market Harborough in the South West. Particular beauty spots are The Lane, The Climbing Bridge and the Neville garden.
"What bliss - we are off up to the Shire this weekend"
"Thought I might go out in the Shire this weekend"
The area of land extending from the borders of South Woodford up to Epping, incorperating Buckhurst Hill, Loughton, Chigwell and a whole lotta forest
Oh how I long for the Shire!
The greatest hood on da planet. Cap city Richmund south side
Person 1:You check the Shire's new crib?
Person 2:Yeah man its the shit!
Crashed and burned, as did my shares in Shire. When it game overs basically.
Guy: Its done a shire