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- A township in Ontario, Canada.
- The longest river in Scotland, at 188 km; it originates on the slopes of Ben Lui in the north-west of the country, and flows eastwards through the city of Perth before becoming an estuary, the Firth of Tay. Its estuary separates the north of Fife from the city of Dundee, and flows into the North Sea.
- 1962 October, G. Freeman Allen, “The New Look in Scotland's Northern Division—II”, in Modern Railways, page 269, photo caption:
- A Metro-Cammell diesel multiple-unit from Dundee approaches Perth on the single-line bridge over the Tay in July, 1961.
- a male given name