- any of various yellow or white field flowers, especially the English daisy.
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Contemporary Examples of gowan
Gowan, Donald E. From Eden to Babel: A Commentary on the Book of Genesis 1-11.The Backstory of ‘Noah’ Is Full of Giants, Horny Angels, and a Grieving God
March 28, 2014
Then Gowan told the judge about what she considers another asset of the estate.Feeling Sorry For Bernie
Allan Dodds Frank
May 14, 2009
Historical Examples of gowan
This Gowan when he had talked about a Paradise, had gone up to her and taken her hand.
This Gowan had plenty to say for himself, and said it in an off-hand and amusing manner.
Mr Gowan made it no concern of his whether it was nobody's or somebody's.
Clennam was beginning, 'But on the other hand—' when Gowan took him up.
She knew, or knew of, this Mrs Gowan before yesterday, and she may as well admit that she did.'
- Scot any of various yellow or white flowers growing in fields, esp the common daisy