Cloister garth

Also found in: Encyclopedia.
(Arch.) the garden or open part of a court inclosed by the cloisters.

See also: Cloister

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Crosses of Remembrance will be laid in the Cloister Garth at the 12thcentury church and the ceremony will take place on the Sunday prior to Remembrance Sunday, November 11.
The move prompted fears of trade war with threats of retallatory tariffs on American exports including Harley Soldiers from the 5 Rifles Battalion place 1,561 shrouded figures which are being installed in Cloister Garth at Salisbury Cathedral, as part of the Shrouds Project installation.
| 19 Bamburgh Court, Cloister Garth, South Gosforth, is for sale through Sanderson Young for a guide price of PS150,000, tel: 0191 213 0033.
The first happened at around 7.30pm, on Friday, September 5, on Wagon Way, near Cloister Garth,, in Newcastle.
"We now think we have evidence for a two-metre wide north-south passageway which originally had a tiled floor -this may be a cloister walk on one side of a cloister garth or courtyard.
Caption: Roses border the new cloister garth at the seventh-century Abbey of Fleury, Saint-Benoitsur-Loire, France.