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Aar·hus

 (ôr′ho͞os′)
See Århus.

Aarhus

(Danish ˈʌhuːs)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Århus

År•hus

or Aar•hus

(ˈɔr hus)

n.
a seaport in E Jutland, in Denmark. 258,028.
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Noun1.Aarhus - port city of Denmark in eastern JutlandAarhus - port city of Denmark in eastern Jutland
Danmark, Denmark, Kingdom of Denmark - a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe; consists of the mainland of Jutland and many islands between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea
Translations
Århus
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