eddish

  • 1 Eddish — Ed dish, n. [AS. edisc; cf. AS. pref. ed again, anew. Cf. {Eddy}, and {Arrish}.] Aftermath; also, stubble and stubble field. See {Arrish}. [Eng.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 eddish — noun /ˈɛdɪʃ/ An aftergrowth of grass (or other plants) which grows after it has been been mowed; also, a field of such growth. The hay was gathered from the fields, and the cattle turned onto the eddish …

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  • 3 eddish — ˈedish noun ( es) Etymology: Middle English eddysche, probably from Old English edise enclosed pasture; perhaps akin to Old English ed again more at eddy 1. now dialect Britain : second growth hay : aftermath …

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  • 4 eddish — Mawdesley Glossary the grass which grows after the first mowing of hay grass …

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  • 5 eddish — n. [Written also Eadish.] Eagrass, earsh, etch. See aftermath …

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  • 6 eddish — ed·dish …

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  • 7 eddish —  roughings. N. Ground whereon wheat or other corn has grown the preceding year ; called in Norfolk and Essex an etch. Also, in the North, after grass …

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  • 8 arish — Arrish Ar rish, n. [See {Eddish}.] The stubble of wheat or grass; a stubble field; eddish. [Eng.] [Written also {arish}, {ersh}, etc.] [1913 Webster] The moment we entered the stubble or arrish. Blackw. Mag. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 Arrish — Ar rish, n. [See {Eddish}.] The stubble of wheat or grass; a stubble field; eddish. [Eng.] [Written also {arish}, {ersh}, etc.] [1913 Webster] The moment we entered the stubble or arrish. Blackw. Mag. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 ersh — Arrish Ar rish, n. [See {Eddish}.] The stubble of wheat or grass; a stubble field; eddish. [Eng.] [Written also {arish}, {ersh}, etc.] [1913 Webster] The moment we entered the stubble or arrish. Blackw. Mag. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 ersh —  1) stubble. Sussex. Applied also to the after mowings of grass.  2) the same as Eddish. See eddish …

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  • 12 eadish — obsolete form of ↑eddish * * * eadish obs. form of eddish …

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  • 13 Eadish — Ead ish, n. See {Eddish}. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 14 Eagrass — Ea grass, n. See {Eddish}. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 Etch — Etch, n. A variant of {Eddish}. [Obs.] Mortimer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 16 Christoph Pechlin — ist ein Roman[1] von Wilhelm Raabe, der vom August 1871 bis zum September 1872 entstand[2] und 1873 bei Ernst Julius Günther in Leipzig erschien. Nachauflagen erlebte Raabe 1890 und 1906.[3] Stuttgart, in den 60er Jahren[4] des 19. Jahrhunderts:… …

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  • 17 heddish — Mawdesley Glossary eddish. The after grass …

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  • 18 Productiveness — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Productiveness >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 productiveness productiveness &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 fecundity fecundity fertility luxuriance uberty| GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 pregnancy pregnancy pullulation …

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  • 19 bearcat — n. person who fighs with force, person who acts with fierceness; binturong, civet that has shaggy black hair and a long prehensile tail (native to southeast Asia); red panda, eddish brown mammal similar to the raccoon in appearance (found in from …

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  • 20 bearcats — n. person who fighs with force, person who acts with fierceness; binturong, civet that has shaggy black hair and a long prehensile tail (native to southeast Asia); red panda, eddish brown mammal similar to the raccoon in appearance (found in from …

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