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Pembroke

[ pem-brook or, especially for 4, -brohk ]
/ ˈpɛm brʊk or, especially for 4, -broʊk /
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noun
a borough in Dyfed, in SW Wales: birthplace of King Henry VII.
one of a variety of Welsh corgi having a short or docked tail.Compare Cardigan (def. 2).
a city in SE Massachusetts.
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British Dictionary definitions for Pembroke

Pembroke
/ (ˈpɛmbrʊk) /

noun
a town in SW Wales, in Pembrokeshire on Milford Haven: 11th-century castle where Henry VII was born. Pop (with Pembroke Dock): 15 890 (2001)
the smaller variety of corgi, usually having a short tail
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