from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A Middle English form of woose, ooze.
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- noun Alternative spelling of
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Nyce grabatar Mezzomom, yer name wus blue and den nawt blue but I wented to yer profile and looked at yer foetoes, berry nyce.
Her name wus Mrs. Winnie Dunbar and she moved to Columbia, South
She married a man named Bill Brown, and her name wus Julia Howard Brown.
I done went down to Demus soon as dat weddin 'wus brung up.
Hole on, Hole on, the coin wus ritcheer unner muh tung, I’ll find it I wunder if I swallert the dang ting?
"Ol 'marster wus a judge an' his name wus Luke Johnson.
My father's name wus Jack Emery an 'mother's name was
Pa real name wus Adam Collins but he took his master 'name; he wus de coachman.
'Well, you see, Mr. Kirke, de darky's name wus Black Cale, an' he wus a raised up 'long wid me by de ole gemman -- dat am master Robert's gran'fer.
My mother's wus Marie Cotton and my father's name wus