Tintagel Head


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Tin·tag·el Head

 (tĭn-tăj′əl)
A promontory in southwest England northwest of Plymouth. The site of the ruins of a 12th-century castle, it is said to be the birthplace of King Arthur.
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Tintagel Head

(tɪnˈtædʒəl)
n
(Placename) a promontory in SW England, on the W coast of Cornwall: ruins of Tintagel Castle, legendary birthplace of King Arthur
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Tin•tag′el Head′

(tɪnˈtædʒ əl)
n.
a cape in SW England, on the W coast of Cornwall.
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