Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as boden.

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Examples

  • Blodtankane, me el, kjem vaksne att og piner oss, som gav deim liv og fostra deim; og drykken, som me hev blanda eiter i aat andre, vert eingong uta miskunn bodin fram av rettferds hand aat vaare eigne munnar.

    An Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway

  • With a name like deep-fried bodin-balls they HAD to be good.

    Life In The Great Midwest

  • Sir Priest; but when ye consider that Gilbert has but two half-starved cowardly peasants to follow him, and only an auld jaded aver to ride upon, fitter for the plough than for manly service; and that the Baron of Avenel never rides with fewer than. ten jackmen at his back, and oftener with fifty, bodin in all that effeirs to war as if they were to do battle for a kingdom, and mounted on nags that nicker at the clash of the sword as if it were the clank of the lid of a corn-chest — I say, when ye have computed all this, ye may guess what course will best serve your

    The Monastery

  • Sure it is time enough for decent burgesses to arm at the tolling of the common bell, which calls us out bodin in effeir of war.”

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • Stewartrie of Stratherne), with their houshaldis, honest friendis, and servandis weil bodin in feir of weir, and providit for xv. days after thair comin, to convene and meet the King and Quenis Majesteis at the places and upon the days respective efter following -- that is to say, the inhabitantis of Stratherne to meit thair hieneises at Striviling

    Chronicles of Strathearn

  • Sure it is time enough for decent burgesses to arm at the tolling of the common bell, which calls us out bodin in effeir of war. "

    The Fair Maid of Perth St. Valentine's Day

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