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claddagh

clad·dagh

 (klä′də)
n.
A design of Irish origin showing two hands clasping a crowned heart, usually displayed on a piece of jewelry, especially a ring, and given as a token of love or friendship.

[After Claddagh, a fishing village and suburb of Galway.]
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