Other Forms FormsLocrine, Locrinus
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Contributor Contrib.SeaHorse15 on 5/1/2012
Possibly from Lloegyr, the medieval Welsh name for a region of southeastern Britain, which is of unknown meaning. According to Geoffrey of Monmouth, the historical realm (which he Latinized as Loegria) was named after Locrinus, the eldest son of Brutus of Troy and Innogen.