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The name Cloak Lane, EC4, London is derived from a Latin word for a place where messy things flush out. What Latin word ? Question #57035. Asked by Flem-ish. lanfranco Answer has 1 vote lanfranco 16 year member 4488 replies Answer has 1 vote. Vote for this answer. Cloaca, for sewer or drain.
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