Athol (Harold) born 1932, South African playwright and actor.
Athol (ˈæθəl). born 1932, South African dramatist and theatre director. His plays include The Blood-Knot (1961), Sizwe Bansi is Dead (1972), Statements after an Arrest under the Immorality Act (1974), and The Captain’s Tiger (1999)
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 […]
- Atholl brose
noun (Scot) a mixture of whisky and honey left to ferment before consumption
a suffix extracted from marathon, occurring as the final element in compounds which have the general sense “an event, as a sale or contest, drawn out to unusual length, often until a prearranged goal, as the contribution of a certain amount of money, is reached”: walkathon; readathon . also -thon, word-forming element denoting prolonged activity […]
of or relating to Mount Athos.