firth[ furth ]SEE DEFINITION OF 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.
There was room for both; and Firth mounted, and read for some time.
Firth did; and he was the right person, as he was one of the strongest.
"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.