firth[ furth ]SEE DEFINITION OF firth
Synonyms for firth
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIRTH
I 'low He meant me t' take the firth man that come, an' be content.
Firth let himself be interrupted to hear the case: but he could do nothing in it.
It often happened that Firth and Hugh met at this tree; and it happened now.
Firth did; and he was the right person, as he was one of the strongest.
There was room for both; and Firth mounted, and read for some time.
"We are going to enter the Firth of Forth," was the general opinion.
Through the smother came the loud moaning of fog-horns in the Firth.
When a fog-horn moaned from the Firth she broke into sobbing.
The name in the Firth of Forth for the Cottus cataphractus, or armed bull-head.
They took their horses and rode round the head of the firth.
"arm of the sea, estuary of a river," early 15c., Scottish, from Old Norse fjörðr (see fjord).