strath

[ strath; Scot. strahth ]
/ stræθ; Scot. strɑθ /

noun Scot.

a wide valley.

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Origin of strath

1530–40; < Irish, Scots Gaelic srath; akin to stratum
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British Dictionary definitions for strath

strath
/ (stræθ) /

noun

Scot a broad flat river valley

Word Origin for strath

C16: from Scot and Irish Gaelic srath, Welsh ystrad
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