Sherramoor

noun Sher·ra·moor \ ˈsherə̇ˌmu̇(ə)r , ˈshər- \

Definition of Sherramoor

plural -s
Scottish

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Origin and Etymology of sherramoor

alteration of Sheriffmuir, site of the battlefield in Perth county, Scotland, where on November 13, 1715 the Jacobites were defeated by the Royalists and their rebellion checked


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