Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Scotch form of good.—

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "Ye'll mak a guid skipper some day," he said: "ye spier the richt questions, an 'that's' maist as guid 's kennin 'the richt answers."

    Malcolm

  • He's bun 'to mak a guid man in time, and he canna dee that ohn learnt to be a guid son to her' at bore him!

    Salted with Fire

  • The guid is a sequence of hexademical digits and looks something like this:

    ASP.NET Weblogs

  • I ken ye better than ye ken yersel ', an' ye'll mak a guid hame for me. "

    Three Men on the Bummel

  • '', 'guid' = > '', 'post_content_filtered' = > '', 'post_excerpt' = >

    Codex - Recent changes [en]

  • (tens of 1000's) whose SiteId column is set to the Site guid which is in the process of updating it's user permissions.

    SharePoint Blogs / SharePoint University

  • u want to insert a new textbox with the "guid" value.

    ASP.NET Forums

  • QueryString [ "guid"]); thanks for reply for my Query

    ASP.NET Forums

  • I'll deny I lift a guid paddle, nor that my wind is fair; but gin ye gang a tithe the way the next jam'll be on us.

    CHAPTER 24

  • May the lord continue to guid u and u even as u continues to achieve more successes in the coming years.

    A very Hawaiian holiday celebration

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