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

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Schalomond, n. [? Altered form of Schalm(e n. a shawm.] ? attrib. With reid, a reed (Red(e n.2 4) for a musical instrument used as a nominal quit-rent. — Payed be the shirriff for blenches yeirly: … One pair gloves out of Killmouns … One chalomond reid out of Lorne; 1681 Purves Revenue Crown 73.

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