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

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(Ladinar-mart,) Laidner-mairt, n. Also: leadner-mart. [Ladinar n.1 3: cf. Lardenare-mart.] A mart or fattened cow or ox slaughtered and salted about Martinmas as winterprovision. b. Latterly only in comb. with -kow or -kyne. — Lie fastingis evin hennis consuetis cum lie laidner mairtis Annandie; 1610 Reg. Great S. 81/2.
b. Certane leadner mart kyne … violentlie takin away; 1631 Stirling's Royal Lett. II. 511.
The first payment to be at Mertimes nixt togidder with ane laidner mairt kow; 1648 Galloway P. 11 April.
[He promises to send before 20 Oct. next 12] laidner mairt kine; 1691 Kirkcudbr. Sheriff Ct. Deeds II. 432.

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