from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An obsolete Scotch spelling of
Sorry, no etymologies found.
And tharewith everie man putt on his steill bonet.
eeck, u r teh byootimus n so tin, thaz mi mum cumn owt..ebn tho i am nawt so tin ne mor..she steill wans tu feed…thatsa mahma fur ya!
Quhairfore seing our number is sa greate, sa indigent, and sa heavilie oppressit be your false meanis, that nane takes care of oure miserie; and that it is better for us to provyde thir our impotent members, quhilk God hes gevin us, to oppone to yow in plaine contraversie, than to see yow heirefter (as ye have done afoir) steill fra us our lodgeings, and our selfis, in the meintyme, to perreis and die for want of the same.
"_Lat him thairfor that befoir hes stollen, steill na mair; but rather lat him wyrk wyth his handes, that he may be helpefull to the pure.