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Definition of ersh

ersh
Arrish Ar"rish, n. [See Eddish.] The stubble of wheat or grass; a stubble field; eddish. [Eng.] [Written also arish, ersh, etc.] The moment we entered the stubble or arrish. --Blackw. Mag.
Ersh
Ersh Ersh ([~e]rsh), n. See Arrish.

Meaning of ersh from wikipedia

- code: EGP) is the currency of Egypt. It is divided into 100 piastres, or ersh (Egyptian Arabic: قرش‎ [ʔeɾʃ]; plural قروش [ʔʊˈɾuːʃ]), or 1,000 milliemes...
- Èrsh or Èrs may refer to: Èrsh language, spoken by the Èrs people...
- been confirmed; most are cl****ified as Nakh on the basis of placenames. The Èrsh language, language of the Èrs who inhabited Northern Armenia, and then, (possibly)...
- The Èrsh language was the language of the Èr or Èrs people, hypothetical people that may have lived in the Caucasus region (although there is no proof...
- The piastre (Egyptian: ersh, قرش) was the currency of Egypt until 1834. It was subdivided into 40 para, each of 3 akçe. The piastre was based on the Turkish...
- Kuruş, also Qirsh, Ersh, Gersh, Grush and Grosi, are all names for currency denominations in and around the territories formerly part of the Ottoman Empire...
- Lydian Carian Hittite Palaic Pisidian Sidetic Milyan Hattic Kaskian Alarodian Èrsh Caucasian Albanian Hurrian Urartian Semitic Shirvani Arabic Iranian Kilit...
- or 'a wonder') Arish (also written [and alternatively pronounced] arrish, ersh, aish, airish, errish, hayrish and herrish) - arable field (from Middle English...
- Al'Oshaaq) 1981 Horror Trip (a.k.a. Rehlat Al'Roab) 1981 Shark (a.k.a. El'Ersh) 1982 My Love Was Lost There (a.k.a. Wa Daa Hobbi Honaak) 1982 Nights (a...
- is frequently pronounced "ash". It is written also as arrish, arish, or ersh. The field is prepared for seeding by ploughing the stubble into the ground...
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