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

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Patrie, n. [F. patrie, L. patria.] (One's) fatherland or native country. Also transf. — I could have abstenit langair nor the weill of my patrie could have permitted; 1589 James VI in Reg. Privy C. IV. 427.
In my patrie of ȝour heauinlie kingdom; Hamilton Facile Tr. Prayer 24.

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