[kurn; Scot. kirn] /kɜrn; Scot. kɪrn/ Scot. and North England
verb (used with or without object)
[kurn; Scot. kirn] /kɜrn; Scot. kɪrn/
noun, Scot. and North England.
a harvest celebration; a feast or party celebrating a successful harvest.
the harvesting of the last handful of corn, noting either the end of the harvest season or the winning of a race against other reapers.
Compare 1 (def 2).
- Kir of moab
Isa. 15:1. The two strongholds of Moab were Ar and Kir, which latter is probably the Kir-haraseth (16:7) following.
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