Pronunciation of "Sauchie Haugh"

Richard Goss

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If Emmerson, I would go with Glasgow, meaning that the "haugh" could be "haw" or "hauch" to rhyme with "loch" & "Bach", except for those Americans who pronounce JSB as |bok|

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