The Collaborative International Dictionary
Courche \Courche\ (k??rsh), n. [Cf. Kerchief.]
A square piece of linen used formerly by women instead of a
cap; a kerchief. [Scot.] [Written also curch.]
n. (alternative form of courche English)
Usage examples of "curch".
Her chamber woman, in curch and tartan screen, was old nurse and sole domestic of the high-headed, strong-minded, stately widow of a wild north-country laird, whose son now ruled alone in the rugged family mansion among the grand, misty mountains of Lochaber.