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Origin: Earsh (noun)(Old English ersc) was used in the south & west of England to describe a stubble field in which plant material – wheat, barley or rye- had been cut, leaving a short stubble or short stalks.
Earsh was used in South and West England to describe a stubble field in which a grain crop – wheat, barley or rye - had been harvested, leaving short stubble or short stalks. It is frequently pronounced "ash". It is written also as arrish, arish, or ersh.
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