Clutha

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Etymology[edit]

From the old name of the River Clyde in Scotland.

Proper noun[edit]

Clutha

  1. the second-longest river in New Zealand, which flows into the Pacific Ocean, and which was probably named by Scottish settlers.
  2. an administrative district in Otago, NZ, which includes the former Clutha county.