Definition of Farragut, David Glasgow in English:

Farragut, David Glasgow

Syllabification: Far·ra·gut, David Glasgow
Pronunciation: /ˈfarəgət
 
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( 1801–70), US navy admiral; born James Glasgow Farragut. The outstanding naval commander of the Civil War, he captured the city of New Orleans in April 1862 and extended Union control of the Mississippi River north to Vicksburg.

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