from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A newt.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Zoöl.) The newt.
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- noun obsolete
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After all, she's a good ole sole! though why sole more than whiting or mackerel Ay never could make ewt.
"Tha'd ha 'thi een an' thi maath oppen if tha'd swallowed what aw have," he said, "for they'll oppen ewt."
Readers are then driven to www. ewt.org.za to find out how they can help.,
We could expect such a fastidious foe of provection to need no napron to eat an ewt.
a little beast fighteth that hight Saura, as it were a little ewt, and some men mean that it is a lizard; for when this beast is aware that this serpent is present, then he leapeth upon his face that sleepeth, and scratcheth with his feet to wake him, and to warn him of the serpent.
"draagin = dragon" "ewt = out" on 11/16/2009, -0/+2i was trying to figure out what was so annoying about her. you nailed it.
"Yes, miss, and thank the Lord you've come, for Ay've bin ewt on the road looking for you twenty taimes to-day, though Ay towld him you couldn't come afore the train.
(` an additional name '); a newt < an ewt; the nonce < then ones; Nash < an ash, Powell < ap Howell; and Price < ap Rhys.