Ludgate Hill

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

from the old Lud Gate built by King Lud in 66 BC

Proper noun[edit]

Ludgate Hill

  1. a street in the City that runs from St Paul's Churchyard, joining Fleet Street at Ludgate Circus