Origin of esker
Examples from the Web for esker
Under that end of this Esker which pointed nearest to the south-west, stood the chapel we have just mentioned.The Tithe-Proctor|William Carleton
The Esker friars used to do great cures—Father Callaghan was the best of them.
I often saw Father Callaghan in Esker and the people brought to him in carts.
Do you think he will teach us to do cures like the friars used at Esker?Where There is Nothing|William Butler Yeats
One esker only has been found in the region under consideration.The Geography of the Region about Devils Lake and the Dalles of the Wisconsin|Rollin D. Salisbury
British Dictionary definitions for esker
eskar (ˈɛskɑː, -kə)
Word Origin for esker
Word Origin and History for esker
"deposit left by a glacial stream," 1852, from Irish eiscir "ridge of gravel."