Etymology: From Old Norse garír (cognate with Old English geard, Äeard).
- A grassy quadrangle surrounded by cloisters
- A clearing in the woods; as such, part of many placenames in northern England
- (context, paganism) A group or a household dedicated to the pagan faith Heathenry.
- (context, paganism) A word for a location or sacred space, as used in ritual and poetry in modern Heathenry .
Supplemental Details:Sponsor an extended definition for garth for as little as $10 per month. Click here to contact us.