noun ed·dish \ˈedish\

Definition of eddish



  1. 1 now dialectal British :  second-growth hay :  aftermath

  2. 2 dialectal, England :  stubble a field of wheat eddish

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Origin and Etymology of eddish

Middle English eddysche, probably from Old English edise enclosed pasture; perhaps akin to Old English ed- again — more at eddy

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