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Definition of the noun Earsh

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noun

  1. [archaic] stubble field.

Explanation

Earsh was used in South and West England to describe a stubble field in which a grain crop – wheat, barley or rye - had been harvested, leaving short stubble or short stalks. It is frequently pronounced "ash". It is written also as arrish, arish, or ersh. The field is prepared for seeding by plowing the stubble into the ground, or burning.

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Google previewA Dictionary of the Sussex Dialect and Collection of Provincialisms in Use in the County of Sussex (1875)

by William Douglas Parish

A stubble field ; as a wheat earsh, a barley earsh — frequently pronounced ash. Earth. To turn up the ground as a mole does. Eddel. [Ang. Sax., ddl, corrupted.] Rotten. Eelshear, e. An iron instrument with three or four points, fastened to the ...

Google previewA General Dictionary of Provincialisms (1840)

by William Holloway

EARSH, s. [Earnten, Germ. to reap.] A stubble field, from which the corn has been reaped or mown ; as a wheat. earsh ; a barley-earsh; frequently pronounced ash. Hants. PWest Susser. EASTERN-SUNDAY, s. [Eastre, the name of a Saxon ...

Google previewA general dictionary of Provincialisms, etc (1838)

by William HOLLOWAY (of Rye, in Sussex.)

EARSH, s. [Earnten, Germ. to reap.] A stubble field, from which the corn has been reaped or mown; as a wheat-earsh ; a barley-earsh; frequently pronounced ash. Affants. PWest Sussex. EASTERN-SUNDAY, s. [Eastre, the name of a Saxon ...

Google previewA General Dictionary of Provincialsims ... (1840)

by William Holloway (of Rye, in Sussex.)

EARSH, s. [Earnten, Germ. to reap.] A stubble field, from which the corn has been reaped or mown ; as a wheat- earsh ; a barley-earsh ; frequently pronounced ash . Hants. West Sussex. EASTERN-SUNDAY, s. [Eastre, the name of a Saxon ...

Google previewA Rhyming Dictionary, Answering at the Same Time the Purposes of Spelling and Pronouncing the English Language ... (1824)

by John Walker

Earsh. A ploughed field, pronounced ersh, s. Bush. A thick shrub : the u in this word is the same as that in bull, and bush is ...

Google previewPhreno-mnemotechnic Dictionary (1844)

Being a Philosophical Classification of All the Homophonic Words of the English Language : Containing Also Separate Classifications of Geographical, Mythological, Biographical, Scientific, and Technical Homophonic Words, to be Used in the Application of the Phreno-mnemotechnic Principles by Francis Fauvel-Gouraud

46—Rouge, Irish, rich, wretch, earsh, harsh, ersh, yarrish, ratch, wearish, reechy, rage, whorish, reach, rish, archy, horish, rush, ratio, arch, roach, weerish, rushy, rash, rajah, urge, rawish, harish. 47—Reeky, yark, rooky, orrack, raca, heroic, ...

Google previewA Rhyming Dictionary (1824)

Answering at the Same Time, the Purposes of Spelling and Pronouncing the English Language ... [with] an Index of Allowable Rhymes by John Walker

Earsh. A ploughed field: pronounced ersh, s. Marsh. A sen; a bog; a swamp, s. * - Bush. A thick shrub, s. ; the u in this word is the same as that in bull, and bush is pronounced nearly as if T0 written boosh. To bush To grow thick, v. n. Am/bush.

Google previewE.'s New Spelling and English Dictionary ... To which is prefixed a ... Grammar ... By W. Crakelt (1795)

by John ENTICK, William CRAKELT

aring with jeweisto putin the ear Earsh, ...

Google previewThe Rhyming Dictionary of the English Language (1902)

In which the Whole Language is Arranged According to Its Terminations : with a Copious Introduction to the Various Uses of the Work, and an Index of Allowable Rhymes, with Authorities for Their Usage from Our Best Poets by John Walker

Marsh A fen ; a bog ; a swamp, s- Earsh A ploughed held, pronounced ersh, s. Bush A thick shrub ; the s is the same as in bull, and tho word is pronounced boosh, s. To bush To grow thick, v. u. Am'buth A post to surprise an enemy, s.

Google previewJohnson's Dictionary of the English Language in Miniature (1797)

... By the Rev. Joseph Hamilton, ...

an ornament for the car Earsh, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1783)

Abstracted from the Folio Edition by Samuel Johnson

EARSH. s. [from ear, to plow.] A plowed field. May's Virgil. EARTH. f. seon's, Saxon.] 1.

Google previewMiniature Edition of Johnson's Dictionary of the English Language, with a Variety of Useful Tables and Lists (1837)

by Samuel Johnson

an ornament for the ear Earsh, s, a field that is ploughed Ear'shot, s. within hearing; space heard in Earth, s. land, mould ; the terraqueous globe Earth'en, a. made of earth or clay Earth'iy, a. not heavenly, corporeal, vile Earth'quake, s, ...

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