A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
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First published 1937 (DOST Vol. I).
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Away-had, p.p. [Cf. away have Away adv. 1 b.] Taken away, removed. — 1435 Maxwell-Mem. I. 466.
To be distrenȝit, pundite, tane and away had 1455 Lennox Mun. 72.
Our gudis … to be tane, strenȝet, poundyt, and … away hade 1463 Wemyss Chart. 83.
Til be distrenyheit, pundit, tane and away had 1486 Stirlings of Keir 256.
To be puyndit thair foir, led and away hede
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