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swarth

noun \ ˈswȯ(ə)rth , -wärth \

Definition of swarth

plural -s
1 dialectal : skin, rind
2 : sward 2

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Origin and Etymology of swarth

Middle English, from Old English swearth skin, hide, rind


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swarth

intransitive verb \ " \

Definition of swarth

chiefly dialectal
: to produce sward

3

swarth

noun \ " \

Definition of swarth

plural -s
dialectal
: a crop of grass for hay

Origin and Etymology of swarth

alteration (influenced by 1swarth) of 1swath


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swarth

adjective \ ˈswȯ(ə)rth \

Definition of swarth

Origin and Etymology of swarth

alteration of 1swart


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swarth

\ ˈswȯ(ə)rth , -wärth \

Definition of swarth

  • variant spelling of

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