from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A jade; an old horse or mare.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Scotch form of jade.
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Poop man fi drown an dat a yawd man philosophy (Uh huh)
She couldn't actually read yet, but she would sit and turn the pages and recite the thing, word by word: When winter came, Angwus gwew tiward of the same howse and the same cat and the same yawd and all the same things he knew all about.
In sum way he clim 'ober de yawd fence an' got cl'ar
"I nuver seed no use a-fittin 'unless you is gwine ter fit in de yuther pusson's yawd," interpolated Aunt Rhody.
"Marse George, dat ar Burr boy is a-loungin 'roun' yo 'yawd."
mai filosofy am cleen up ur oan bak yawd b 4 u traipz tru sumbbuddee elsis.
"The rain didn't stop Usain Bolt's return 'back a yawd'.