claddagh

[ klah-duh ]
/ ˈklɑ də /

noun

a ring in the form of two hands clasping a crowned heart, given in friendship or love.

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Origin of claddagh

First recorded in 1880–85; named after Claddagh, a fishing village near Galway, Ireland, where the ring was supposedly first designed and made
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