ley line

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Etymology[edit]

From ley (meadow) +‎ line. Coined by archaelogist Alfred Watkins, who believed that the toponyms ley, lea and leigh indicated Neolithic paths.

Noun[edit]

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ley line (plural ley lines)

  1. (chiefly Forteana) supposed alignments of ancient geographical places such as megaliths

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