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arbour

[ ahr-ber ]
/ ˈɑr bər /
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noun Chiefly British.
a variant of arbor1.
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British Dictionary definitions for arbour

arbour
/ (ˈɑːbə) /

noun
a leafy glade or bower shaded by trees, vines, shrubs, etc, esp when trained about a trellis
obsolete an orchard, garden, or lawn

Word Origin for arbour

C14 erber, from Old French herbier, from Latin herba grass
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