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From Middle English Newgate; equivalent to new +‎ gate.

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Newgate

  1. One of the historic seven gates of the London Wall around the City of London, dating back to Roman times.
  2. (historical) A famous prison in London, in use for over 700 years until demolished in 1904.

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From newe +‎ gate.

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Newgate

  1. Newgate (prison)

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