Rothesay

[ roth-see, -sey ]
/ ˈrɒθ si, -seɪ /

noun

a town in the Strathclyde region, on Bute island, in SW Scotland: resort; ruins of 11th-century castle.

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Rothesay
/ (ˈrɒθsɪ) /

noun

a town in SW Scotland, in Argyll and Bute, on the E coast of the Isle of Bute. Pop: 5017 (2001)
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