Clapham

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Clapham

  1. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Abraham Clapham (fl. 1860-1880).

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Clapham

  1. An area of London, mostly in Lambeth.
  2. A village in Bedfordshire, England.
  3. A village in North Yorkshire, England.
  4. A village in West Sussex, England.
  5. An English habitational surname derived from these places.

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