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Cowz in Clowze_, that is, the hoare rock in the wood.
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The original Cornish name, whether it was _Cara clowse in Cowse_, or _Cara Cowz in Clowze_, cannot be traced back beyond the end of the sixteenth century, for the Cornish Pilchard song in which the name likewise occurs is much more recent, at least in that form in which we possess it.
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Cara Cowz in Clowze_, and it is but fair to admit that he may have drawn from a safer source of information.
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Cara Cowz in Clowze_, given by Carew.
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Cowz_, therefore, could not have occurred in a Cornish name supposed to have been formed at least 2,000 if not 20,000 years ago.
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One form of the Cornish name, as preserved by Carew, is _Cara cowz in clowze_; and this, if interpreted without any preconceived opinion, would mean in Cornish “the old rock of the tomb.
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The monks of St. Michael’s Mount may in time have forgotten the exact purport of “Cara cowz in clowze,” “the old rock of the tomb,” really the “Mons in tumba;” and their minds being full of the old forest by which they believed _their_ island, like Mont St. Michel, to have been formerly surrounded, what wonder if _cara cowz in clowze_ glided away into _cara clowse in cowze_, and thus came to confirm the old tradition of the forest.
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For _cowz_ would at once be taken as the modern Cornish word for wood, corresponding to the old Cornish _cuit_, while _clowse_ might, with a little effort, be identified with the Cornish _glos_, gray, the Armorican _glâz_. Carew, it should be observed, sanctions both forms, the original one, _cara cowz in clowze_, “the old rock of the tomb,” and the other _cara clowse in cowze_, meaning possibly “the gray rock in the wood.
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All I protest against is that any one of these facts could be proved, or even supported, by the Cornish name of the Mount, whether _cara cowz in clowze_, or _cara clowse in cowze_, or by the English name, communicated by William of Worcester, “the Hore rock in the wodd,” or finally by the legend which gave rise to these names, and which, as can be proved by irrefragable evidence, was transplanted by mistake from the Norman to the Cornish coast.
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Examples of Cowz

Example #1
The original Cornish name, whether it was _Cara clowse in Cowse_, or _Cara Cowz in Clowze_, cannot be traced back beyond the end of the sixteenth century, for the Cornish Pilchard song in which the name likewise occurs is much more recent, at least in that form in which we possess it.
Example #2
The tradition, however, that St. Michael’s Mount stood in a forest, and even the Saxon designation, “the Hoar rock in the wood,” can be followed up to an earlier date.
Example #3
Cowz in Clowze_, that is, the hoare rock in the wood.
Example #4
We must therefore inquire more closely into the credibility of this important witness.
Example #5
He is an important witness, for, if it were not for him, I believe we should never have heard of the insulation of St. Michael’s Mount at all.