Definition of Strath. Meaning of Strath. Synonyms of Strath

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Definition of Strath

Strath
Strath Strath, n. [Gael. srath.] A valley of considerable size, through which a river runs; a valley bottom; -- often used in composition with the name of the river; as, Strath Spey, Strathdon, Strathmore. [Scot.] The long green strath of Napa valley. --R. L. Stevenson.

Meaning of Strath from wikipedia

- A strath is a large valley, typically a river valley that is wide and shallow (as opposed to a glen, which is typically narrower and deep). An anglicisation...
- Strath Fillan (Scottish Gaelic: Na Sraithibh) is a strath in west Perthshire named after an 8th-century Irish hermit monk later canonised Saint Fillan...
- Strath Taieri is a large glacial valley and river plateau in New Zealand's South Island. It is surrounded by the rugged hill ranges to the north and west...
- Strath Cr**** is a small town in central Victoria, Australia. It is in the Shire of Murrindindi local government area, 104 kilometres (65 mi) north of the...
- David Strath (1849 – 28 January 1879) was a Scottish professional golfer. His golf career was highlighted with a trio of second place finishes in the 1870...
- (Scottish Gaelic: Srath Spè, [s̪t̪ɾa ˈs̪peː]) is the region around the strath of the River Spey, Scotland, split between the Moray council area and the...
- Willie Strath (born c. 1842) was a Scottish professional golfer. Strath placed sixth in the 1864 Open Championship. Strath was born in Scotland circa...
- terraces and strath terraces. Fill terraces sometimes are further subdivided into nested fill terraces and cut terraces. Both fill and strath terraces are...
- Andrew Anderson Strath (1 March 1837 – 23 February 1868) was a Scottish professional golfer who pla**** in the mid-19th century. He won the 1865 Open Championship...
- "Scottish term for a deep valley in the Highlands" that is "narrower than a strath". The word is Goidelic in origin: gleann in Irish and Scottish Gaelic, glion...
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