from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Hand.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An abbreviation of Honduras.
- n. An obsolete spelling of hand.
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The two men was lashed tull the wheel, but he would be ready tull hond un the case they was kult.
Old MacPherson said he could work ut by hond, but very slow ot thot.
Protests reached a new peak after a satirical programme "Man bijt hond" "Man Bites Dog" ran a 40-second piece entitled "the Jews are still angry".
In Dutch we say: “Wie een hond wil slaan, heeft licht een stok gevonden.”, which means: if you want to find something bad/negative you *will* find it.
Nu sceall billes ecg, hond ond heard sweord ymb hord wigan.'
‘Is there ony genelmen there as can len’ a hond here?
Die skare het omgedraai om hul makker te help en die hond met klippe bestook.
Die skare het my hond saamgesleep en aan die brand gesteek.
No matter how many times I read it, I always laugh when Hrothgar commands his people to decorate Heorot Hall "with hond."
And he was wont to holden a round appelle of gold in his hond: but it is fallen out thereof.
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