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  • n. Alternative form of earsh.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See arrish.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See earsh.


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  • Now the little ersh had come to the meeting, with his spiny back, and his big front fins, and his head all shining in blue and gold and green.

    Old Peter's Russian Tales

  • And the ersh and the roach, and the bream and the perch, and the dace and the gudgeon left the big river and swam up the little rivers between the green meadows.

    Old Peter's Russian Tales

  • Then he told them of the big trial in the river, when the fishes chose judges, and made a case at law against the ersh, and found him guilty, and how the ersh spat in the faces of the judges and swam merrily away.

    Old Peter's Russian Tales

  • They all came to the meeting -- bream, and perch, and roach, and dace, and gudgeon; yes, and the little ersh with his spiny back.

    Old Peter's Russian Tales

  • And all the fish turned to listen to the ersh, who is the cleverest of all the little fish, because he has a big head and a small body.

    Old Peter's Russian Tales

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