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ˈtɒt n əm, ˈtɒt nəmTot·ten·ham

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Wiktionary

  1. Tottenhamnoun

    A suburban area of north London

  2. Tottenhamnoun

    w:Tottenham Hotspur F.C., a football club in North London

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  1. Tottenham

    Tottenham is an area of north London in the London Borough of Haringey, England, situated 6.6 miles north north east of Charing Cross.

Editors Contribution

  1. tottenham

    Ossie Ardiles in the cup for Tottingham

    Cup final song 81

    Etymology: Chas and dave

    Submitted by roybretteaton on January 31, 2021  

Etymology and Origins

  1. Tottenham

    From “Totham,” a corruption of Toot ham, the house or hamlet by the beacon.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Tottenham in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Tottenham in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of Tottenham in a Sentence

  1. Caitlin Foord:

    With the NWSLs schedule thrown into disarray because of the pandemic, players have looked to Europe and especially England, Jess Fishlock said. These teams are getting players that they arguably might not have gotten if we were still playing the NWSL right now, Jess Fishlock said, referring to the U.S. leagues normal April-to-October schedule. Tottenham picked up two Orlando Pride players Australian Alanna Kennedy and Canadian Shelina Zadorsky on loans. Even before the pandemic, The WSL was attracting top talent. Kerr waved goodbye to the NWSL and Australias November-to-February W-League when Alanna Kennedy signed with Chelsea for reportedly more than $ 400,000 per season. Other Aussies came, as well, like Caitlin Foord at Arsenal. Theres a lot of us over here.

  2. Mauricio Pochettino:

    When you talk about Tottenham, everyone says you have an amazing house, but you need to put in the furniture, if you want to have a lovely house, maybe you need better furniture. And it depends on your budget if you are going to spend money.

  3. Mikel Arteta:

    I wouldn’t say there’s panic. I can see in training the way they try and the energy they put in, a team that is struggling normally you don’t see them play the way we were playing, and the way they played against Tottenham Hotspur.

  4. Simon Brundish:

    No team has ever not won Premier League from where Livepool currently are, but we have three record-breaking teams now -- Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham. This season is going to be record breaking.

  5. Kristie Mewis:

    And I was so proud of these players, the way they stepped up and handled the game, considering that some of them didnt have a chance to train properly before this camp. Lavelle also scored when the United States beat the Netherlands in Lyon, France, last year for the teams second straight World Cup title. Nine of the 11 U.S. starters for the final were in the starting lineup on Friday. Notably missing was Alex Morgan, who came in as a second-half substitute for her 170th appearance with the team. Morgan, currently playing for Tottenham, had not played for the United States since the World Cup final because she was pregnant with and gave birth to daughter Charlie. Netherlands coach Sarina Wiegman was not with the team because of a personal matter that was not related to COVID-19. Wiegman, a former Dutch midfielder who has coached the team since 2017, will take over as Englands national team coach next September, succeeding Phil Neville. Lavelle struck a left-footed goal on a break in the 41st minute. Kristie Mewis subbed in to join her younger sister on the field and scored nine minutes later. Sam Mewis was among the first to embrace her sister in celebration. I was I was so nervous to shoot it, but I just wound up and gave it the best I could. And then turning around and just realizing what had just happened and seeing Sam and Alex running towards me was so special. Its a very surreal moment for me.

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