from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A dialectal form of
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb obsolete Properly, a variant of the defective imperfect
yode, but sometimes mistaken for a present. See the Note under yede.
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- noun dialect
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I've had my yead under the pump from four o'clock till past sunset, and wettin 'my yead is a thing I dursn't do.
The nycht constrayned him to remane whare he was, and so yead  to bed; but raise without rest or qwyet sleape.
In Scotland, that somer, was nothing but myrth; for all yead  with the preastis eavin at thare awin pleasur.
"Naa I like to year thee say that," said Abe, "because I believe it was the Lord that put it into my yead, for I niver thowt abaat such a thing till I were telling Him my troubles just naa, and then it came to me all in a moment, like as if someone spake to me, and I says, I'll goa."
"There," he said, playfully pretending to be vexed, "I'll fetch thee na moor coils on my yead, so thaa needn't expect it."
The Capitane replyed, "That he had power to command and to compell thame to go whare he yead."
She has promised to stop sucking her thumb if she can go to Miss Camilla and 'learn to yead 'bout picters,' as she say.
An 'A'll talk thy silly yead off an' all if tha doan't get sharp to tellin 'me what tha wants after in my
An 'it tak's brass to keep a decent' ouse over your yead.
A'd carry thee easy -- "Strong in th 'arm and weak in th' yead."