from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a secret or mystery
- n. writing
- n. rumour, speech, advice
- n. a whisper
- v. to whisper
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To whisper.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See round.
- n. See round.
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But say, Brother Weeks, I hate to think of that little Zara runnin 'roun' the woods to-night.
It's these things brings me on this side noysterin 'roun' lookin 'for employment.
'roun' en 'roun' 'bove de hoss-lot -- 'roun' en 'roun' -- en bimeby he dart down at chick'ns.
Republicans can run around saying "dey's all happy 'roun' heah and ain't nuttin to look at but dem cheefuh folks workin in de fields", but we're still bitter.
A hundred blokes, all with my name written on 'em, all wi 'laminates hangin' roun 'their necks sayin'"Tommy's Crew".
Dat same fousin'-leg worm sneaks 'roun' now-a-days, an 'if you don't drive' im clean off, an 'git shet of' im, he'll 'swade you to dis'bey orders.
Could be we even hev 'em ki-yickin 'roun' our wagons wi 'paint on-en thar's three thousand on 'em 'cross the river, en Osage an' 'Rapaho ter boot.
That's the trouble with all these fancy house-niggers, with bein 'roun' white folks they start thinkin '_they_ white, too.
He throws his arms aroun 'me like a circle' roun 'de sun