Definition of church grith in English:

church grith

noun

Anglo-Saxon Law
historical
  • Security, peace, or protection guaranteed within a church or its precincts; the right of sanctuary.

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Laws of Edgar. From church + grith, probably after early Scandinavian.

Pronunciation

church grith

/ˈtʃəːtʃ ɡrɪθ/