Origin of curch
Words nearby curch
How to use curch in a sentence
A ribbon worn by Scotch lassies and upon marriage replaced by the matron's "curch" or cap.Lady of the Lake|Sir Walter Scott
Curch, which is etymologically the same word, and means a covering for the head.The Lady of the Lake|Sir Walter Scott
It is then covered with the curch; a square piece of linen doubled diagonally, and passed round the head close to the forehead.
Some of these good women generally 'busk the bride's first curch.'