a city in central Massachusetts.
a male given name.
Historical Examples

The scene of uproar, noise, and confusion on board the Athol is far above my ability to convey.
Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 3, July, 1851 Various

Though wild as ony Athol deer,She has trepann’d me fairly, O!
The Book of Humorous Verse Various

He began to think that Athol was not so dull a place as he had at first imagined.
The White Shield Myrtle Reed

The Murrays, of whom Athol was the chief, had not as yet declared for either side.
A History of England, Period III. Rev. J. Franck Bright

Miss Athol was maid of honor to the fair bride, and her fiancé, the son of the British ambassador, was Clifford’s best man.
The Heatherford Fortune Mrs. Georgie Sheldon

Many would have followed him after the battle, but were forbid, as the Duke of Athol was.
The Lyon in Mourning, Vol. 1 Robert Forbes

A few more sentences and Athol hung up the receiver, and sought the Doctor.
A Dixie School Girl Gabrielle E. Jackson

Ah, Wat, the sun is high, the light broad and fair on Athol braes.
Lochinvar S. R. Crockett

Or to Beverly who had often ridden fifty in one day with Uncle Athol and her brother?
A Dixie School Girl Gabrielle E. Jackson

By this time, the pair had arrived again at the palace of Athol.
Wilson’s Tales of the Borders and of Scotland Various


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