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Tamworth

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noun Tam·worth \ˈtam-(ˌ)wərth\

Definition of Tamworth

  1. :  any of a breed of large long-bodied red swine developed in England especially for the production of bacon



Origin and Etymology of tamworth

Tamworth, borough in Staffordshire, England


First Known Use: 1860

Rhymes with tamworth

Ainsworth, brown earth, childbirth, Cudworth, Edgeworth, Farnsworth, Fort Worth, give birth, Hepworth, on earth, rare earth, rebirth, scorched-earth, self-worth, stillbirth, unearth, Wandsworth, Wentworth, Woolworth, Wordsworth


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