Definition of Carse. Meaning of Carse. Synonyms of Carse

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Definition of Carse

Carse
Carse Carse, n. [Of Celtic origin; cf. W. cars bog, fen. carsen reed, Armor. kars, korsen, bog plant, reed.] Low, fertile land; a river valley. [Scot.] --Jomieson.

Meaning of Carse from wikipedia

- In Scottish geography, a C**** (the modern form of older Scots kerse) is an area of fertile, low-lying (typically alluvial) land occupying certain Scottish...
- The C**** of Gowrie is a stretch of low-lying country in the southern part of Gowrie, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It stretches for about 20 miles (32 km)...
- C**** is a surname, and may refer to: Adam C**** (1878–1958), British musicologist Bill C**** (1914–2000), Canadian ice hockey player Bob C**** (1919–1999)...
- Matilda B. C**** (November 19, 1835 – June 3, 1917) was an Irish-born American businesswoman, social reformer, publisher, and leader of the temperance...
- James P. C**** (died September 29, 2020) was an American academic who was Professor Emeritus of history and literature of religion at New York University...
- Andreas Duncan C**** (1875/76–1938) was an English artist. C**** was born in 1875 or 1876 in Newcastle upon Tyne to Norwegian and Scottish parents. His...
- Verner Duncan C**** (28 July 1913 – 2 May 2004) was an English explorer and actor known for surveying South Georgia and for the portrayal of Special Agent...
- Stephen C**** (born May 22, 1965), credited as Steph C**** and formerly credited as Stef C**** on his French albums, is a Canadian pop singer. Originally...
- Finite and Infinite Games is a book by religious scholar James P. C****. C**** summarizes his argument, "There are at least two kinds of games: finite...
- C****'s similarly titled book, Finite and Infinite Games, to the domain of business and organizational structure. Sinek begins by summarizing C****'s...
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