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Definition of Urith

Urith
Urith U"rith, n. The bindings of a hedge. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] --Halliwell.

Meaning of Urith from wikipedia

- Urith (more properly in Welsh Iwerydd, but also known in Latin as Hieritha and occasionally corrupted to Erth), was a Brythonic maiden from the Westcountry...
- Campbell Recalls Good Times". CMT.com. Retrieved October 27, 2013. Lucas, Urith (May 2, 1974). "Glen Campbell Finds 'Hometown' Welcome". Albuquerque Tribune...
- art complex in Sydney, Australia Saint Erc, early Irish saint in Cornwall Urith, southwestern Brythonic martyr This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated...
- St Brannock - another feast day 5 July - Exeter Lammas Fair 8 July - St Urith of Chittlehampton 13 July - St Juthware 30 July - Anniversary of battle...
- 7th-century saint, is said to have been buried under part of the church. Saint Urith's holy well still stands at the east end of Chittlehampton, now called by...
- Solange, according to legend Saint Typasius, according to legend Saint Urith of Chittlehampton, Devon, England, according to legend Saint Venantius,...
- (1886) The Vicar of Morwenstow, being a life of Robert Stephen Hawker (1876) Urith Village Preaching for Saints' Days "A Field Guide to the English Clergy"...
- Patrick of Glastonbury Rumon of Tavistock Samson of Dol Sativola of Exeter Urith of Chittlehampton East Anglian Æthelberht of East Anglia Æthelburh of Faremoutiers...
- Oxford. His father was Harry Carpenter, Bishop of Oxford. His mother was Urith Monica Trevelyan, who had training in the Fröbel teaching method. As a child...
- Corps. Cromer married Urith Amelia Martin, sister of George Bohun Martin on 26 July 1864. They had the following issue: Urith Amelia Ashburnham (d. 4...