from The Century Dictionary.

  • A Scotch form of hold.


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  • Adjectives and Adverbs, and in the phrase haud sciō an.

    New Latin Grammar

  • "Gien we had onything to tak a haud o ', we wad maybe think the less.

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  • Variants occur in B-Bc 27087 (‘Clemente nono Papa’) and LVu mus.4 (‘Clemens haud papa’) which support the theory that the suffix was created in jest rather than for practical reasons: Pope Clemens VII had died in 1534 (before the composer appeared in print), and the possibility of confusion with the poet Jacobus Papa in Ypres is just as unlikely, for in this case the surnames were quite distinct.

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  • Usin agent, värvikad pahad, muistsed käsikirjad, iidne haud, vangistatud uinuv kurilane jne.

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  • Notum sit tamen amicos nostros Americanos sub rege Georgio II scientiae haud favisse.

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  • “That was very natural,” said Tibb; “but ye hae sobered since that, or ye wadna haud our braw gallants sae lightly.”

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  • “The Lord in his mercy haud a grip of this puir family! for I, that was born in it, am like to see the end of it.”

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  • “Od guide us, wull ye haud your skirling tongues!” said

    The Bride of Lammermoor

  • “But wha is to haud back the Southron, then,” said Tibb,

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