grith

grith
, sb. == peace. HD. 61, 511. AS. grið

Oldest English Words. 2014.

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  • Grith — (gr[i^]th), n. [AS. gri[eth] peace; akin to Icel. grid.] Peace; security; agreement. [Obs.] Gower …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • grith — /grith/, n. Chiefly Scot. protection or asylum for a limited period of time, as under church or crown. [bef. 1000; ME, OE < ON grith asylum, protection (as in a home)] * * * …   Universalium

  • grith — grith; grith·man; …   English syllables

  • grith — [grith] n. [ME < OE < ON, orig., home] Obs. 1. security, protection, or peace, esp. as guaranteed by someone or in some place 2. a sanctuary …   English World dictionary

  • grith — ˈgrith noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English, from Old Norse 1. a. obsolete …   Useful english dictionary

  • grith — [[t]grɪθ[/t]] n. why (in medieval England) protection or asylum for a limited period of time, as under church or crown • Etymology: bef. 1000; ME, OE < ON grith asylum, protection (as in a home) …   From formal English to slang

  • Grith Fyrd — was a radical alternative educational movement in England during the 1930s. It created two permanent work camps, one at Godshill in Hampshire and the other at Shining Cliff in Derbyshire, which took in unemployed men and tried to use them as a… …   Wikipedia

  • grith-stool — grithˈ stool noun A seat in which a fugitive was in sanctuary • • • Main Entry: ↑grith …   Useful english dictionary

  • grith — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English, from Old Norse, security Date: before 12th century peace, security, or sanctuary imposed or guaranteed in early medieval England under various special conditions …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • grith — noun a) security, peace or protection guaranteed in particular instances in Old English law. b) a place of protection, a sanctuary Syn: asylum …   Wiktionary

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