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

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Ill, adv. Add: 2. I wald your joy were jape eyed and your lamen ill gleid; Carmichael Prov. No. 985.
Ye have ane il revlt hesp to red; Ib. No. 1866.
Then I must come with my ill-ravelled work to Christ; Rutherford Lett. (1894) 386.

4. Do not father your ill-gotten getts on the holy scriptures; 1688 A. Shields Heads of a Lecture Preached in Gaastoun 13.

5. Which refusal Beatie Laing takes so ill out, that she vows to be revenged; Acc. Betty Laing (1704) 7.

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