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#198421 - 03/20/11 07:44 AM Re: Hog (RESULTS) taking a giant leap over a misspel [Re: tsuwm]
Originally Posted By: tsuwmI think that not giving a pronunciation left things wide open for our definers.
SIR CEART PRIESE GROUGH, BARONET, OF THOVE
Ough in Grough may be pronounced in any one of the eight ways above enumerated; so our baronet's patronymic may be Grau, Gro, Groo, or Grou; Grof, Gruf, Groh, or Grup.
- Chamber's Edinburgh Journal, Oct. 5, 1844
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