It is soft as the autumn rowen, and mixed with all the delicate, fragrant herbs of the marsh.
They also brought along with them rowen, the daughter of Hengist, one of the most accomplished beauties of that age.
They are all stabled throughout the year, except in harvest time, when they are turned out for a few weeks to rowen feed.
Every farmer knows the milk-producing properties of rowen, or second crop, which is generally cut before it ripens.
He sues the lady rowen'a to become his bride, and threatens to kill both Cedric and Ivanhoe if she refuses.
Bailey gives the word, with a somewhat different signification; but he has "rowen hay, latter hay," as a country word.