noun, plural crow·dies. Scot. and North England.
Origin of crowdy
Examples from the Web for crowdie
They went to the Skilly Dame's house, and she gave them the Gael's welcome, with bannocks and crowdie, marag-dkubh and ale.
But his greatest glory amongst those with whom he was most intimate, was a “crowdie!”
That was but a day's march from Jean Rob, and she was making a supper of crowdie that was the first meal of the day.
There he had his breakfast of “crowdie,” which he made with his own hands.
"Let's have a crowdie night," he would say; and forthwith a kettle of boiling water was ordered in, with a basin of oatmeal.