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crowdy

or crow·die

[ kroo-dee, kroh-, krood-ee ]
/ ˈkru di, ˈkroʊ-, ˈkrʊd i /
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noun, plural crow·dies.Scot. and North England.
a dish of meal, especially oatmeal and water, or sometimes milk, stirred together; gruel; brose; porridge.
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Origin of crowdy

First recorded in 1490–1500; of obscure origin
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