clogwyn

noun clog·wyn \ˈklȯg(ˌ)wēn, -äg-, -(ˌ)win\

Definition of clogwyn

plural

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Origin and Etymology of clogwyn

Welsh clogwyn, clog; akin to Old Irish cloch stone — more at clachan


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