- sward; greensward.
Origin of swarth1
before 900; Middle English; Old English swearth, variant of sweard skin, rind; see sward
Origin of swarth2
unexplained variant of swart
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Examples from the Web for swarth
"Make a hangman's noose in the end of the rope," said Swarth."Where Angels Fear to Tread" and Other Stories of the Sea
The villas with which London stands begirt, Like a swarth Indian with his belt of beads.
In Cumberland this apparition is known by the peasantry as a ‘swarth,’ and in Yorkshire by the name of a ‘waff.’The Ghost World
T. F. Thiselton (Thomas Firminger Thiselton) Dyer
Its outlines were too bold for a Spanish face, though the complexion, from tan and exposure, was brown and swarth.The Scalp Hunters
Swarth suggests that the tern is not established at the Galapagos because of the presence of colder water in the area.The Avifauna of Micronesia, Volume 3
Rollin H. Baker