- Irish a sod from the surface of a peat bog or from a field
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Poor old Cinder riding the nightmare, and dreaming about the Scraw!
I thought it led down into the Scraw cove, but we must be lower than that.
But to reach the mighty cliffs overhanging the Scraw was not an easy task.
Scraw; a grassy sod cut from a grassy or boggy surface and often dried for firing; also called scrahoge (with diminutive g).English As We Speak It in Ireland
P. W. Joyce