Gallovidian


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Gallovidian

(ˌɡæləʊˈvɪdɪən)
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Galloway
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Galloway
Also called: Galwegian
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It's also the kind of course a non-playing spouse or partner can enjoy wandering round and there was another warm Gallovidian welcome in the clubhouse.
As the evidence from Gallovidian (and Northern English) dialects shows, lack of merger does not necessarily imply lack of monophthongisation here: Aitken postulates a vowel lower and backer than Vowel 4 (11) (though the /[?
Alan Swinbank was compensated for the defeat of Hartshead when Ouninpohja followed his recent Doncaster win in the Gallovidian Fresh Foods 10th Anniversary Classified Stakes in which he had only to be pushed to beat Lucayan Dancer.