Glasgow

biographical name
Glas·​gow | \ ˈgla-(ˌ)skō How to pronounce Glasgow (audio) , ˈglas-(ˌ)gō; ˈglaz-(ˌ)gō \

Definition of Glasgow

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Ellen (Anderson Gholson) 1873–1945 American novelist

Glasgow

geographical name
Glas·​gow | \ ˈglas-(ˌ)kō How to pronounce Glasgow (audio) , ˈglas-(ˌ)gō, ˈglaz-(ˌ)gō \

Definition of Glasgow (Entry 2 of 2)

city and port in south central Scotland constituting an administrative area on the Clyde River area 68 square miles (175 square kilometers), population 586,000

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Glaswegian \ gla-​ˈswē-​jən How to pronounce Glasgow (audio) , glaz-​ \ noun or adjective

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“Glasgow.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Glasgow. Accessed 16 Jan. 2021.

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