Lauder



[law-der] /ˈlɔ dər/

noun
1.
Sir Harry (MacLennan)
[muh-klen-uh n] /məˈklɛn ən/ (Show IPA), 1870–1950, Scottish balladeer and composer.
/ˈlɔːdə/
noun
1.
Sir Harry. real name Hugh MacLennan. 1870–1950, Scottish ballad singer and music-hall comedian

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