Garth
Garth \Garth\, n. [{Girth}.] A hoop or band. [Prov. Eng.] [1913 Webster]

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  • Garth — Primera aparición como Aqualad: Adventure Comics Nº 269 (febrero de 1960) como Tempest: Tempest N° 2 (diciembre de 1992) DC Comics Creador(es) Aqualad: Robert Bernstein y Ramona Fradon Tempest: Phil Jiménez …   Wikipedia Español

  • Garth — (g[aum]rth), n. [Icel. gar[eth]r yard. See {Yard}.] 1. A close; a yard; a croft; a garden; as, a cloister garth. [1913 Webster] A clapper clapping in a garth To scare the fowl from fruit. Tennyson. [1913 Webster] 2. A dam or weir for catching… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Garth — ist der Name von Jennie Garth (* 1972), US amerikanische Schauspielerin William Willis Garth (1828–1912), US amerikanischer Rechtsanwalt und Politiker Garth (Texas), Ort in den USA Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklä …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • garth — [gärth] n. [ME < ON garthr, akin to OE geard, YARD2] Archaic an enclosed yard or garden …   English World dictionary

  • Garth — Garth, Samuel, Arzt, aus Yorkshire, starb als Leibarzt Georgs I.; er schr. ein komisches Heldengedicht: The dispensary, Lond. 1696 …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Garth — m English and Welsh: from a surname, but often taken to be a contracted form of GARETH (SEE Gareth). As a surname it originated in the north of England, and originally denoted someone who lived beside an enclosure (Old Norse garðr). In modern… …   First names dictionary

  • garth — (n.) small piece of enclosed ground, northern and western English dialect word, mid 14c., from O.N. garðr yard, courtyard, fence, cognate of O.E. geard (see YARD (Cf. yard) (n.1)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Garth — A garth is an enclosed yard or garden, especially that of a monastery cloister (ME.; ON, garthr ; akin to AS. geard)In addition, Garth may refer to these real people:*Garth Brooks, top selling American country music artist *Garth Crooks, former… …   Wikipedia

  • Garth — This long established surname is of Old Norse origin, and is a topographical name from residence near an enclosure, normally a paddock or orchard, deriving from the Northern Middle English garth , ultimately from the Old Norse garthr , enclosed… …   Surnames reference

  • garth — ho·garth; ho·garth·ian; sog·garth; stack·garth; garth; …   English syllables

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