haugh(land)


haugh(land)
пойма; заливной луг

Англо-русский гидрогеологический словарь. — Ташкент. . 1979.

Смотреть что такое "haugh(land)" в других словарях:

  • Haugh — land beside a river …   Scottish slang

  • Haugh — This is a dual nationality surname, English or Irish or Anglo Irish. It is recorded in several spelling forms including Hough, Haugh, Haw, Hawes, and Haws, and when English is a topographical or locational surname. It has (at least) three… …   Surnames reference

  • haugh — /hahkh, hahf/, n. Scot. a stretch of alluvial land forming part of a river valley; bottom land. [bef. 900; ME halche, hawgh, OE healh corner, nook] * * * …   Universalium

  • haugh — I A Geordie Dictionary Pronounced Hoff or Harf a meadow land eg Derwenthaugh II North Country (Newcastle) Words alow, flat, or marshy portion of land beneath higher ground, by the side of a river, liable to be overflowed …   English dialects glossary

  • haugh — noun Etymology: Middle English (Scots) halch, from Old English healh corner of land; akin to Old English holh hole Date: before 12th century Scottish a low lying meadow by the side of a river …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • haugh — [hɔ:, hα:x] noun Scottish & N. English a piece of flat alluvial land by the side of a river. Origin ME: prob. from OE healh corner, nook …   English new terms dictionary

  • haugh — ˈhȯ(ḵ), ˈhȧ(ḵ) noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English (Scots dialect) holch, hawch, from Old English heolh corner of land; akin to Old English holh cave, hol hollow more at hole chiefly Scotland : a low …   Useful english dictionary

  • Blacksell — This interesting and unusual name is a dialectual variant of the locational name Blaxhall a place so called in Suffolk. This is recorded in the Domesday Book as Blachessala in 1270 (introduction to English placename) and derives from Blaec s halh …   Surnames reference

  • Blaxill — This interesting and unusual name is a dialectual variant of the locational name Blaxhall a place so called in Suffolk. This is recorded in the Domesday Book as Blachessala in 1270 (introduction to English placename) and derives from Blaec s halh …   Surnames reference

  • Blaxall — This interesting and unusual name is a dialectual variant of the locational name Blaxhall a place so called in Suffolk. This is recorded in the Domesday Book as Blachessala in 1270 (introduction to English placename) and derives from Blaec s halh …   Surnames reference

  • Alva —    ALVA, a parish, in the county of Stirling, 7 miles (N. E. by E.) from Stirling; containing 2216 inhabitants, of whom 2092 are in the village. The name of this place, the orthography of which has successively passed through the different forms… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland


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