sauch

[ soukh, sawkh, sahkh ]
/ saʊx, sɔx, sɑx /

noun Scot. and North England.

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saugh

or sauch

[ soukh, sawkh, sahkh ]
/ saʊx, sɔx, sɑx /

noun Scot. and North England.

Origin of saugh

before 1000; Middle English (north); Old English (Anglian) salh (variant of West Saxon sealh sallow2)
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British Dictionary definitions for sauch

sauch

saugh

/ (sɔːx) /

noun

a sallow or willow

Word Origin for sauch

C15: from Old English salh
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