Definition of Tyburn in English:

Tyburn

Line breaks: Ty¦burn
Pronunciation: /ˈtʌɪbəːn
 
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A place in London, near Marble Arch, where public hangings were held circa 1300–1783.

Origin

named after a tributary of the Thames, which flows in an underground culvert nearby.

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