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Plough (IPA: /ˈpɫaʊ/, /ˈpɫoʊ/)


Plough (n. & v.)

See Plow.

Plough (n.)

A well-known implement, drawn by horses, mules, oxen, or other power, for turning up the soil to prepare it for bearing crops; also used to furrow or break up the soil for other purposes; as, the subsoil plow; the draining plow.

Plough (n.)

Fig.: Agriculture; husbandry.

Plough (n.)

A carucate of land; a plowland.

Plough (n.)

A joiner's plane for making grooves; a grooving plane.

Plough (n.)

An implement for trimming or shaving off the edges of books.

Plough (n.)

Same as Charles's Wain.

Plough (v. t.)

To turn up, break up, or trench, with a plow; to till with, or as with, a plow; as, to plow the ground; to plow a field.

Plough (v. t.)

To furrow; to make furrows, grooves, or ridges in; to run through, as in sailing.

Plough (v. t.)

To trim, or shave off the edges of, as a book or paper, with a plow. See Plow, n., 5.

Plough (n.)

To cut a groove in, as in a plank, or the edge of a board; especially, a rectangular groove to receive the end of a shelf or tread, the edge of a panel, a tongue, etc.

Plough (v. i.)

To labor with, or as with, a plow; to till or turn up the soil with a plow; to prepare the soil or bed for anything.

Plough

Plough a tool or farm implement

Plough

Family name

Plough Synonyms

Plough, Wain, Big Dipper, Dipper, Charles's Wain, Wago

Plough Synonyms

Plow

Plough Synonyms

Plow

Plough Synonyms

Turn, Plow

Plough Rhymes

Aue, Bao, Blau, Blough, Bough, Bow, Brau, Brough, Brow, Cao, Chao, Chow, Clough, Cow, Crough, Dao, Dow, Dowe, Fao, Frau, Gnau, Gow, Grau, Graue, Hao, Hau, How, Howe, Hsiao, Kao, Kau, Kough, Lao, Lau, Lough, Mao, Mau, Now, Ow, Pao, Pfau, Plough, Plow, Pough, Pow, Powe, Prough, Prow, Rao, Rau, Sao, Schlough, Schow, Scow, Shao, Shough, Skow, Sow, Sprow, Strough, Tao, Tau, Thao, Thau, Thou, Tsao, Vow, Wow, Xiao, Yao, Yow, Zhao, Zschau, Au, Aux, Beau, Beaux, Bleau, Blow, Blowe, Bo, Boe, Boeh, Bow, Bowe, Breau, Breault, Breaux, Bro, Broe, Browe, Chau, Cho, Choe, Cloe, Clow, Co, Co., Coe, Cro, Crow, Crowe, Dau, Doe, Doh, Dough, Eau, Flo, Floe, Flow, Flowe, Foe, Fro, Froh, Gau, Glo, Gloe, Glow, Go, Goe, Gogh, Goh, Gro, Groh, Grow, Growe, Ho, Hoe, Hoh, Jo, Joe, Joh, Know, Ko, Koh, Krogh, Kroh, Krowe, Kyo, Lo, Loe, Loew, Loewe, Loh, Low, Lowe, Luo, M'bow, Mau, Meaux, Mo, Moe, Mow, Nau, Neault, Ngo, No, Noe, Noh, O, O', O., Oh, Ow, Owe, Plough, Po, Poe, Poh, Pro, Queau, Quo, Reaux, Rheault, Rho, Ro, Roe, Roh, Rohe, Row, Rowe, Schau, Sew, Sgro, Show, Sloe, Slow, Snow, Snowe, So, Sow, Stow, Stowe, Stroh, Strow, Tho, Though, Throw, Toe, Tow, Towe, Trow, Tso, Vo, Whoa, Wo, Woe, Wroe, Yau, Yo, Yoe, Yoh, Zoh

Allow, Arau, Avow, Bilbao, Depauw, Endow, Fernao, Kowtow, Liao, Macao, Macau, Mcdow, Mcgough, Meow, Ndau, Qiao, Qingdao, Sadao, Aglow, Ago, Although, Arnaud, Arnault, Badeau, Badeaux, Barbeau, Beaudreau, Bebeau, Begnaud, Belleau, Below, Bestow, Bibeau, Bibeault, Bio, Biscoe, Blincoe, Boileau, Boisseau, Bonneau, Bordeau, Bordeaux, Boudreau, Boudreaux, Bourbeau, Bourdeau, Bourgault, Brancheau, Brasseaux, Brazeau, Brideau, Brosseau, Brousseau, Bruneau, Brusseau, Budreau, Buteau, Cabo, Campeau, Chabot, Champeau, Changsho, Chateau, Chateaux, Chenault, Cointreau, Comeau, Comeaux, Compeau, Cousteau, Crepeau, Croteau, Crotteau, Daignault, Daigneault, Davao, Davault, Deboe, Dedeaux, Defoe, Denault, Deneau, Deneault, Devault, Devaux, Deveau, Deveaux, Devoe, Drapeau, Dubeau, Dufault, Dussault, Dusseau, Dusseault, Enloe, Enlow, Enslow, Escoe, Escrow, Facteau, Faucheux, Faurot, Fauteux, Favreau, Fecteau, Forego, Forgo, Fregeau, Furlaud, Garceau, Gareau, Garneau, Gaudreau, Gauthreaux, Gautreau, Gautreaux, Gauvreau, Gendreau, Georgiou, Gibeau, Gibeault, Giraud, Goudeau, Goudreau, Groleau, Guilbault, Guilbeau, Guilbeault, Guilbeaux, Guillot, Hello, Hurteau, Hwang-ho, Inco, Inlow, Inscoe, Jacquot, Jandreau, Jarreau, Kayo, Kowtow, Labeau, Lafoe, Lambreau, Lareau, Laveau, Lebeau, Lebow, Ledlow, Legault, Leleux, Lettau, Lheureux, Lienau, Lozeau, Malveaux, Manseau, Marceau, Marceaux, Margaux, Mayeux, Michaud, Michaux, Micheaux, Migneault, Mineau, Miro, Monceaux, Mongeau, Monroe, Moreau, Morneau, Morneault, Mousseau, Munro, Nadeau, Nedeau, Neveau, Nouveau, Outgrow, Papo, Pernod, Perot, Perreault, Peugeot, Pineau, Plateau, Primeau, Primeaux, Pruneau, Rambeau, Renaud, Renault, Reneau, Rideau, Rideaux, Riendeau, Rondeau, Rougeau, Rouleau, So-so, Soileau, Sterno, Tableau, Tableaux, Tarot, Tebeau, Tetreault, Thebeau, Thibault, Thibeau, Thibeaux, Thiebaud, Thoreau, Thurnau, Tondreau, Trudeau, Truffaut, Turbot, Ungo, Uno, Valleau, Van-gogh, Veilleux, Viau, Vieau, Vienneau, Vigneau, Vigneault

Disallow, Disavow, Mindanao, Pathet-lao, Apropos, Eeo, Imo, Ivo, Overflow, Pinsoneault, Taekwondo, Tallyho, Theriault, Therriault, Tourtelot, Tyo, Undergo

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Plough (Last Name / Surname)

Plough is the #38,801 most common last name / surname from the 2010 United States Census. The census reported that 569 people had that surname.

Spanish Translation

Plough in Spanish is Arado

Tagalog Translation

Plough in Tagalog is Mag-araro

Example Sentence (Quote)

" "the Malay word chium meant to plough the beloved's face with one's nose" - Anthony Burgess

Example Sentence (Quote)

" For what avail the plough or sail, Or land or life, if freedom fail?" - Freedom

Example Sentence (Quote)

"To make the plough go before the horse." - Order


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