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„Laird“ - proper noun, singular

The word Laird is the 19.792th most frequent word of the English lanuguage and appears 2.918 times within reference text. A laird is a member of the Scottish gentry, who bears the designation Laird of X, where X is the place name.º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. These are sample sentences of the term in full text: "Sir Robert Laird Borden ..."¹ "Laird Shipyard of Liverpool sent ..."² "... the 4th Laird of Keir and of Cadder."³ Backwards its written driaL. The MD5 sum is b0ab8d069d14f47082210ceedbf2cabc and the SHA1 checksum is 05053745c4ab731959c3cedbdb17892df9aea9eb. The vanity number 52473 accords this word.

word neighbours

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word name: Laird

part of speech: proper noun, singular

typical left word neighbours: Cammell Melvin Macgregor Wave Carobeth Ergadia Tipsy

typical right word neighbours: Cregar Borden shipyard Shiprepairers Archie Vallandigham Bordens

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The following words hold an identical prefix:

The named concepts have an equal suffix:

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