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Dude, inf. phr. Also: dud, dwid, doid, do'ide. [See 'D.] Do it. (Usually in rhyme.) Thow art wndone, and euer thow dud [: gud]; Consail Wys Man 74.
I haif greit cause to dude [: hude]; Henr. Fab. 668.
Na, schir, I cannot doid [: bluid]; Ib. 691.
My sone I chairge thé to dude [: gude]; Colk. Sow 748.
Schortlie he said agane, he wald not dude [: seruitude]; Stewart 961.
Be God, thow dar nocht dud [: woode, rude]; Peblis to Play 122.
Thy airis ar of eild to dwid [: hude]; Bann. MS. 49 b/55.
As scho expedient Thinkis to dispone, efterwart scho may dude [: denude]; Rolland C. Venus iv. 120.
Than said the King, I dude to honour age; Rolland Seven S. 10424.
Gif that ȝe dude, It semis ȝour glas is rune; 1570 Sat. P. xxi. 67.
[When that I conclude, To burne habite and hood, Yet doe I not doe it; a 1627 Craig v. 11.]
The earth is ready to receiue her broode, And heauens will couer when leame tombes cannot do'ide; Birnie Kirk-b. ii. 2.

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