from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A place where calves are kept in the field. Also written cauf-ward.


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  • His braw calf-ward whare gowans grew [grazing-plot, daisies]

    Robert Burns How To Know Him

  • Mony a time, when I hae come hame ower late, and faund the West – Port steekit, and the waiter ill-willy, I have garr’d the sexton of Saint Cuthbert’s calf-ward serve me for my quarters.

    The Fortunes of Nigel


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