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Sandit, ppl. adj. [e.m.E. sanded (Shakespeare); Sand n.] a. Inundated with sand, covered with sand by the action of the wind or sea. Cf. 1603 quot. in Sand n. 1(a). b. ? Sand-coloured. c. Of horses: Suffering from some disease or condition of the feet, ? sandcracks or splitting of the hoof. — a. Both kirk and kirkyard is ourcassin with the sand, and therefour Mr. David Robertson ordaint to voyce the building of the new kirk … [That stern company sitting in the] sandit [kirk are determined (etc.)]; 1603 Deer Presb. in
Buchan Cl. IV 182.
b. Ane reid sandit sow; 1525 Wigtown B. Ct. 164b.
c. For hailling of a hors that wes sandit in the feitt; 1618 M. Works Acc. (ed.) II 105.

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