- One who lives in a highland. noun …☝️ Source: The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition (view on wordnik.com)
- An inhabitant of highlands; specifically (with a capital), an inhabitant or a member of the Gaelic race of the Highlands of Scotland. noun …☝️ Source: The Century Dictionary (view on wordnik.com)
- A playing-card having slight blemishes on both surfaces. noun …☝️ Source: The Century Dictionary (view on wordnik.com)
- a soldier in a Scottish Highland regiment. noun …☝️ Source: The GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English (view on wordnik.com)
- An inhabitant of highlands, especially of the
Highlandsof Scotland. noun …☝️ Source: The GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English (view on wordnik.com)
- A person who inhabits the Scottish Highlands. noun …☝️ Source: Wiktionary (view on wordnik.com)
- Any person who lives in
mountainousor hillyterrain. noun …☝️ Source: Wiktionary (view on wordnik.com)
- a native of the Highlands of Scotland noun …☝️ Source: WordNet 3.0 (view on wordnik.com)
- a soldier in a Scottish regiment from the Highlands noun …☝️ Source: WordNet 3.0 (view on wordnik.com)
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- Highlander (film) Highlander is a 1986 fantasy action-adventure film directed by Russell Mulcahy and based on a story by Gregory Widen. It stars Christopher Lambert, Roxanne Hart, Clancy Brown, and Sean Connery. The film chronicles the climax of an ages-old war between immortal warriors, depicted through interwoven past and present-day storylines.
- Highlander (franchise) Highlander is an American-British film and television series created by Gregory Widen. The series began with a 1986 fantasy film starring Christopher Lambert, who played Connor MacLeod, the titular Highlander. Born in Glenfinnan in the Scottish Highlands in the 16th century, MacLeod is one of a number of immortals empowered by an energy called the Quickening and only able to die if beheaded. On television, Highlander: The Series aired for six seasons from 1992-1998, starring Adrian Paul as Connor's kinsman Duncan MacLeod, another immortal Highlander born decades later. Recurring characters in the series included the immortal thief Amanda and oldest immortal Methos who each had spin-off shows, Highlander: The Raven and The Methos Chronicles respectively, which lasted one season.
- Highlander: The Series Highlander: The Series is a science fantasy action-adventure television series featuring Duncan MacLeod of the Scottish Clan MacLeod, as the eponymous "Highlander". It was co-produced by Rysher Distribution in the United States, Gaumont Television in France, Reteitalia in Italy, RTL Plus in Germany, and Amuse Video in Japan. An alternate sequel to the 1986 feature film Highlander, it features a storyline in which the protagonist of that film has not won "the Prize" sought by all Immortals, who still exist post-1985. Christopher Lambert reprised his role as Connor in the pilot episode, which introduced series protagonist Duncan MacLeod, an Immortal who was taken in by the same clan of Scottish Highlanders who had found and raised Connor generations before.
- Toyota Highlander The Toyota Highlander, also known as the Toyota Kluger , is a mid-size crossover SUV produced by Toyota. It is built on the same platform as used on the Camry.
- Highlander: The Source Highlander: The Source, released in some countries as Highlander 5: The Source, is the fifth and final installment of the Highlander film series, directed by Brett Leonard. Unlike the first three Highlander films, this film and the previous installment, Highlander: Endgame (2000), followed the continuity of Highlander: The Series (1992-1998), continuing the story of immortal swordsman Duncan MacLeod, with actor Adrian Paul reprising his role from the TV show and Endgame. It is the only Highlander film to not feature the original protagonist, Connor MacLeod. Taking place in a future version of Earth that is largely violent and chaotic, the story depicts Duncan and allies seeking out an energy well that may be the "Source of Immortality."
- Highlander: Endgame Highlander: Endgame is a 2000 American fantasy action film directed by Doug Aarniokoski and starring Adrian Paul, Christopher Lambert, Bruce Payne and Lisa Barbuscia. It is the fourth theatrical release in the Highlander film series and it serves as a continuation of both the Highlander film from 1986 and the Highlander television series. The film reunites Duncan MacLeod, the lead character of the series, and Connor MacLeod, the lead character of the films. In the film, the Macleods need to deal against a new enemy named Jacob Kell, a powerful immortal who is willing to break any rule to win the Prize. Highlander: Endgame was released on September 1, 2000. It was followed by Highlander: The Source released seven years later, with Paul reprising his role.
- Highlander Highlander may refer to:
- List of Highlander characters This is a list of characters from the Highlander franchise.
- Highlander: The Series (season 1) The first season of the international fantasy series Highlander: The Series, part of the Highlander franchise, consisted of 22 episodes produced between 1992 and 1993, and began airing on October 3, 1992 in broadcast syndication. Highlander: The Series follows the adventures of Duncan MacLeod, a 400-year-old Immortal who can only die if he is beheaded; conflict inevitably finds him because he is part of the Gathering, an ongoing battle in which all Immortals have to fight and behead each other until only one is left. The season was released on DVD as a nine-disc boxed set on November 12, 2002 by Anchor Bay Entertainment. It is also available at the online video on demand service Hulu, a joint venture between NBC and Fox Broadcasting Company.
- Immortal (Highlander) In the Highlander franchise, human beings born with the power of "the Quickening" become immortal if they suffer a premature death by non-natural means. After the First Death, they are ageless and invulnerable to death unless their head is removed or destroyed. From the time they are born, immortals and "pre-immortals" cannot biologically have children. Immortals can sense each other's presence and may take Quickening power from another of their kind by beheading them. They duel each other across the centuries, a deadly "Game" with few rules. One day, the last few will fight during "the Gathering" and the survivor will win the Prize, the collected energy of all immortals who ever lived, enough power to conquer or destroy humanity. "In the end, there can be only one."
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