Definition of wough
1 dialectal, British : the wall or partition of a house
2 Scottish : the wall rock beside a vein of lead
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Origin and Etymology of wough
Middle English wogh, from Old English wōg, wāh; akin to Old Frisian wāch wall, Old Saxon wēg, Latin vincire to bind, lace
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