noun, plural crow·dies. Scot. and North England.
- crowder pea,
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.