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- n. Alternative form of crwth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An ancient musical instrument. See 4th crowd.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as crowd.
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However Sacob's written submission questioned whether the budget struck the correct balance between promoting and creating economic crowth and job creation and social delivery.
The word is possibly of Celtic origin (Welsh crwth) and a doublet of the archaic crowd, or crowth, a fiddle.
` ` Was a bee crowth a 'the _Caf the Rfugis, _' 'continued the young man.
` ` Z-afrai ',' 'said Mazaro; ` ` d'they frai' to do an'teen een d-these-a crowth. ''
Scotland has three -- the harp, the tabor and the crowth or crowd.
On Sunday, May 9, Studio Cantilena will play a Mother¹s Day program with Renaissance dances for a recorder ensemble, medieval two-part songs to the Virgin Mother and old Gregorian chants accompanied by crowth (an old Welsh fiddle), Tibetan singing bowls, and alpenhorn.