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Sunday Word: Gowpen

gow·pen (ˈɡaʊpən):
origin: from Old Norse "gaupn"

1. two hands cupped together (forming a bowl)
2. a double handful

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Tags: g, noun, scottish gaelic, wordsmith: theidolhands

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