Definitions for cluthaˈklu θə

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

Clu•thaˈklu θə(n.)

  1. a river in S New Zealand, on SE South Island, flowing SE to the Pacific Ocean. ab. 200 mi. (320 km) long.

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  1. Clutha

    Clutha is a Scottish country dance, in which the eight dancers are arranged in a square set as for the Eightsome Reel. It is a 48 bar reel. An Clutha is the Gaelic name for The Clyde. It is one of the modern Scottish country dances and was first published by the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society in 1983.

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  1. Clutha

    the largest river in New Zealand, in Otago, very deep and rapid, and 200 m. long.

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