Newcastle is a borough and market town, and generally called Newcastle-upon-Tyne, from its situation on the northern bank of that river, which here becomes so deep that ships of a middling burthen may come safely up to the very town, though the large Colliery ships are stationed at Shields. It is so secure an haven that vessels are in no danger, either from storms or shallows, after having passed Tinmouth bar, where a sand bank lies across the mouth.
See also: Date and daté Contents English Dates (fruit) A date palm Pronunciation IPA(key): /deɪt/ Audio (US) Rhymes: -eɪt Etymology 1 From Middle English date, from Old French date, datil, datille, from Latin dactylus, from Ancient Greek δάκτυλος (dáktulos, “finger”) (from the resemblance of the date to a human finger), probably a folk-etymological alteration of a word from a Semitic source such as Arabic دَقَل (daqal, “variety of date palm”).
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