Definition of Curch

1. n. See Courche.



Definition of Curch

1. a kerchief [n -ES] - See also: kerchief

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Curch

curbed
curber
curbers
curbing
curbings
curbless
curbs
curbside
curbsides
curbstone
curbstoner
curbstoners
curbstones
curby hock
curcas
curch (current term)
curches
curculio
curculionidous
curculios
curcumas
curcumin
curcuminoid
curcuminoids
curcumins
curcurion
curd
curd cheese
curded
curdier

Literary usage of Curch

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1. The Heart of Mid-Lothian by Walter Scott (1878)
"... and spectacles on his nose—herself, with the maiden snood exchanged for a matron's curch—all arranged in a pew in the said meeting-house, listening to ..."

2. A History of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island: Including a by Wilkins Updike, James MacSparran, Daniel Goodwin (1907)
"At the said meeting of the Vestry at the curch [sic] of St Paul in the Narraganset duly summoned and assembled at said curch this 28'* feb: 1728 in order to ..."

3. Old Dundee, Ecclesiastical, Burghal, and Social, Prior to the Reformation by Maxwell, Alexander, F.S.A. Scotland (1891)
"On the matter coming into Court, the Bailies ordained " Jonet Baxter to restore a mantle, a curch, and the kell of a curch,1 and Tebe Hynd, a kirtle, ..."

4. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"curch [a covering for the head, a kerchief]. Her house sae bien, her curch sae clean, S. A' the lads o ..."

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