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haud

[hȯd]
(meteorology)
In Scotland, a squall.
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Ed Miliband wasn't sure what to do on the key issue, so troops in Scotland were forced to haud their wheesht about the despicable Tory cut.
Songwriter Joe Wilson, died 1875, |who wrote Keep Yor Feet Still Geordie Hinny and Geordy Haud the Bairn, Robert Deuchar, died 1904, who |owned 40 pubs on Tyneside and breweries in Sandyford in Newcastle and Edinburgh.
Now, if his comments were about giant dancing teacakes, Scotty dogs and a camper than usual John Barrowman I may have had grounds to haud my wheest, but as it stands.
14 (The Pope Speaks 10 [Fall 1965] 309-28, at 312); AAS 57 (1965) 756: "Equidem non negamus eorum qui has miras opiniones disseminant, haud spernendum studium tantum Mysterium vestigandi eiusque in exhaustas edisserendi divitias eiusdemque intellegentiam hominibus nostrae aetatis aperiendi, quinimmo illud agnoscimus probamusque; sed, quas proferunt, opiniones probare non possumus deque earum pro recta fide gravi periculo vos monere iubemur.
ader 'plough', aer 'oar', armas 'beloved', eit 'old woman', hame 'shirt', haud 'grave', holm 'flap, lappet', juus 'hair', juust 'cheese', kade 'envious', kalju 'rock', kallas 'shore, bank', kana 'hen', kangas 'cloth', katel 'kettle', kaunis 'beautiful', kaup 'goods', kell 'bell', king 'shoe', kuningas 'king', kai-(ma) 'to walk', laev 'boat', lama-(ma) 'to lie', lammas 'sheep', leib 'bread', luna 'ransom', muld 'earth, soil', mord 'weel', mook 'sword', nael 'nail', nahk 'skin', narmas 'thread, thrum', noel 'needle', paik 'place', parras 'board', pind 'surface', puri 'sail', purre 'footbridge', pold 'field', rada 'path', raha 'money', rasv 'fat', rooste 'rust', sadul 'sattle', sama 'same', suur 'big', tarvis 'needed', tina 'tin', tuba 'room', umbes 'about', vaev 'trouble', varas 'thief'.
Haud yer wheest - be quiet, as comedian Billy Connolly, above, may say.
Nam et optimi casei bonam partem avide devoraverat, et haud ita longe radices platani lenis fluvius in speciem placidae paludis ignavus ibat, argento vel vitro aemulus in colorem' (Met.
Poenorum qualis in arvis, saucius ille gravi venantum volnere pectus, tum demum movet arma leo, gaudetque comantis excutiens cervice toros fixumque latronis impavidus frangit telum et fremit ore cruento: haud secus accenso gliscit violentia Turno (4-9).
Testa valde elongata, angusta, sat solida, subcylindrica, interdum paulo conica, arcuata, alba, nitida; annulis XX-XXV validis, latis, rotundatis, interdum subacutis cincta, ultimo latiore sulcato; interstitiis subaequalibus concavis; aperturam versus parum tumescente; apertura valde contracta, paulo declivi; septo subplanato, haud extante, vix mamillato, marginibus nullis, operculo ?
Kollmann, affinis, sed plantis haud rhizomatosis, laminis foliorum supra glabris, bracteis floriferis longioribus, petalis apice leviter cucullatis differt.
Various others of the frail sisterhood followed, but haud passibus equis [not with equal stride]" (3).