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Clough

[kluhf] /klʌf/
noun
1.
Arthur Hugh, 1819–61, English poet.
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clough

/klʌf/
noun
1.
(dialect) a gorge or narrow ravine
Word Origin
Old English clōh

Clough

/klʌf/
noun
1.
Arthur Hugh. 1819–61, British poet, author of Amours de Voyage (1858) and Dipsychus (1865)
2.
Brian. 1935–2004, English footballer and manager
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clough

n.

"ravine with a river," Old English cloh (in place names), of uncertain origin.

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