Also called cloister garth. an open courtyard enclosed by a cloister.
Archaic. a yard or garden.
a male given name.
a courtyard surrounded by a cloister
(archaic) a yard or garden
(Northern English, dialect) a child’s hoop, often the rim of a bicycle wheel
“small piece of enclosed ground,” northern and western English dialect word, mid-14c., from Old Norse garðr “yard, courtyard, fence,” cognate of Old English geard (see yard (n.1)).
- Gartner group
company One of the biggest IT industry research firms. Address: Connecticut, USA. [URL?] (1997-09-30)
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- Gary player
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