Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of batch.

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Examples

  • For many years, the nouka baich by the famous river Rupsha would be organised by local organisations.

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  • Every year, a baich would bring together young and strong farmers, fishermen, carpenters and many more from nearby villages for a thrilling contest that would eventually bring about the year's winning team.

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  • By the time the baich ended, the number of people by the riverside seemed to double, waiting for the results and the cultural programme which was to follow.

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  • Over the years, the baich has become something more than just a boat race.

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  • Near the Rupsha Bridge, the baich was still going on, between the five other racing boats and also the cheering-squad boats that had begun an unofficial competition amongst themselves as well.

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  • Gan fod y gwaith o fod yn AC wedi newid yn sylfaenol yn y flwyddyn ddiwethaf, a'r baich wedi cynyddu, mae'n berffaith rhesymol bod eu cyflogau yn codi hefyd.

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  • Rais, I did it; an 'whin I lucked at mesilf in a smooth pool on the baich, it was for all the world as if somebody else was luckin' at me.

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  • Mae gwledydd bach sydd ddim yn cario baich hanes gormesol yn cael eu parchu llawer mwy gan wledydd eraill, a gan hynny yn llawer mwy dylanwadol mewn trafodaethau rhyngwladol nag ydy Prydain.

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  • Mae'n ymddangos bod aelodau seneddol Llafur wedi penderfynu ymddiried yn eu cyd-bleidwyr yn y Cynulliad i atal unrhyw fesur byddai'n gosod baich ar y sector breifat a'u bod o'r farn bod yr egwyddor o drosglwyddo deddfu ieithyddol i'r cynulliad yn un sy'n amhosib dadlau yn ei herbyn.

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  • Gan fod y pwnc yn cwmpasu sawl agwedd wahanol, fe rannwyd y baich a'r arbenigedd o greu'r gyfrol gyda chyfraniadau gan unigolion sydd yn amlwg yn eu maes megis Michael Powell Siddons,

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