Offa's Dyke

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geographical name Of·fa's Dyke \ˈȯ-fəz\

Definition of Offa's Dyke

  1. remains of an entrenchment 177 miles (285 kilometers) long in England and Wales that was built in the second half of the 8th century to demarcate the western border of Mercia and is now used as a path for hikers


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