Leith

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See also: leith and leið

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From river-names derived from Proto-Brythonic *lleɨθ (moist) (compare Welsh llaith).

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Leith

  1. A port and urban area within Edinburgh council area, Scotland.
  2. A minor river in Cumbria, England, which flows into the River Lyvennet, a tributary of the Eden.
  3. A city and hamlet in North Dakota.

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