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- n. Uncle (especially as a term of address).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In musical notation: Same as hook, 4, or pennant, 3.
- n. Same as eighth-note.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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Ou, sir, the bairn ay held an unca wark wi the Supervisor; and it was generally thought he went on board the vessel alang wi him, as bairns are ay forward to be in mischief.
"Ou, sir, the bairn aye held an unca wark wi 'the supervisor, and it was generally thought he went on board the vessel with him."
But all the world knows the saying about "a cow in an unca loaning,"  and it held good in this case.
"She was snod, but no unca snod," replied Weary. world, stiffly.
That is beyond our power, and it's an unca charge to hae every Crawford looking to you when hunting and fishing fails.
'Mister Promoter;' I must consider the office I'm seeking and gie it honor; but it sounds unca strange, sir.
"And at thae words," said Waster Lunny, "my heart gae a loup, for Ezra is an unca ill book to find; ay, and so is Ruth."
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