A group of houses in the country; a small village; a hamlet; a dorp. (noun)
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Use "thorpe" in a sentence
"I am quite sure that my colleauges and I read somewhere that the "thorpe" came from the governor of Georgia in the 17th c. and that the "octo" part was originally "octa" and had nothing to do with eight of anything."
"Names ending with "thorpe," such as Kingthorpe, near Pickering, also indicate an"
"Johanna Draper Carlson attends a recent virtual press conference thrown by Tokyopop and reports on what was said: After that, there was a short statement about how this is a year of refocusing and [...] mark thorpe"