A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Baillie, n.2 [Later form of Bailȝe n.2, corresp. to e.m.E. bailie, baily, ME. bailly, baly, etc.] The bailey or court of a castle. The lord Flemyng, … seing the place win [= won], past out at a quyet part of the neather baillie; Bann. Memor. 105;
Ib. 107.
To the barrowmen to beir vp the sparis fra the nether baillie; 1618 M. Works Acc. XV. ii. 51.
The wallis of the neddir baillie; 1634 Maxwell Mem. II. 252.

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