Gower



[gou-er, gawr, gohr] /ˈgaʊ ər, gɔr, goʊr/

noun
1.
John, 1325?–1408, English poet.
/ˈɡaʊə/
noun
1.
the Gower, a peninsula in S Wales, in Swansea county on the Bristol Channel: mainly agricultural with several resorts
/ˈɡaʊə/
noun
1.
David (Ivon). born 1957, English cricketer: played in 117 test matches (1978–1992), 32 as captain; scored 8,231 test runs
2.
John. ?1330–1408, English poet, noted particularly for his tales of love, the Confessio Amantis

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