Clyde

noun \ ˈklīd \

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First Known Use of clyde

1894


Clyde

geographical name \ ˈklīd \

Definition of Clyde

river 106 miles (171 kilometers) long in southwestern Scotland flowing northwest into the Firth of Clyde (its estuary)

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