dorp

[ dawrp ]
/ dɔrp /

noun

a village; hamlet.

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Origin of dorp

First recorded in 1560–70; from Dutch; cognate with thorp
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British Dictionary definitions for dorp

dorp
/ (dɔːp) /

noun

archaic, or Southern African a small town or village

Word Origin for dorp

C16: from Dutch: village; related to thorp
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