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shaw 1

Pronunciation: /ʃɔː/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

noun

Farming , chiefly Scottish
The parts of a potato plant that appear above the ground.

Origin

Early 19th century: perhaps a variant of the noun show.

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shaw 2

Pronunciation: /SHô/

noun

archaic, chiefly Scottish
A small group of trees; a thicket.

Origin

Old English sceaga, of Germanic origin; related to shag1.

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