- v. archaic Simple past tense and past participle of owe.
“Moggrebyn calls a horse owd, the eastern Arab hoszan; but many poets use the word owd, which is at present unknown to the vulgar in Egypt.”
“An Englishman is justified in using "steed" for "horse;" thus the Moggrebyn calls a horse owd, the eastern Arab hoszan; but many poets use the word owd, which is at present unknown to the vulgar in Egypt.”
“When all had getten sarved wi 'hot watter, an' given ovver crushin sugar, th 'cheerman announced' at it wor Mr. Standhen's call, soa up jumped Standhen, an 'said "he couldn't do better nor call owd Mosslump for a song.”
“David's tenderest points -- his friendship for 'owd' Lias Dawson, 'the queer dreamer, who, fifteen years before, had been the schoolmaster of Frimley Moor End, and in local esteem' t 'cliverest mon abeawt t'Peak.”
“But th 'owd'st daughter looked hard at it, an' hoo said, 'Well, this is th' strangest weshin'-machine that I ever saw! ”
“In the lobby during the intermission, according to NJSO custom, several musicians mingled with the cr owd, discussing their instruments and the works on the program.”
“Mah kallico gotz howld ob mah owd teddibare– teh karn age wuz nawt teh pritty!”
“May 19, 2009 at 7:36 am hey, how did you get that kind of linky twerk? did you do it teh owd fashuned way by cutting off the http part ?”
“August 7, 2009 at 11:54 am yesh mai wiliboi iz da most ebilbengalboi inna wurld. he eben pyks onnna lil sissy SuzyQ the tortie eben thow des haz bean tugedder sence dey wuz 10 weaks owd.”
“January 14, 2008 at 10:11 am fur teh celbrayshun danze may i rekommend teh owd Countwy Klassik:”
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