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

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Turbide, adj. [17th c. Eng. turbide (1626), L. turbidus.] Turbid, dense, cloudy. — Greit contineuall heit or meridionall vindis with turbide mistie air without weit signifyis ane pest to cum in the Autumne nixt following; Skeyne Descr. Pest 7.
Frequent puls small & profund quhais vrine for the maist part is turbide, thik & stinkand or first vaterie colourit thairefter of bilious colour, last confusit and turbide; Skeyne Descr. Pest 13.

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