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First published 1937 (DOST Vol. I).
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Away-led, p.p. [Away adv. 1.] Conveyed or carried off. (Freq. in 15th c. documents.) 1398 Liber Melros 489.
All the catill and gudis … to be … pondit, arestit, away led and haldin
1400 Maxwell Mem. I. 141.
All owr gud … to be tane, pundit, and awayled and sauld
1446 Reg. Episc. Brechin I. 105.
Al my gudis … to be away led and demanyt
1485 Breadalbane Doc. (Reg. H.) No. 22.
Al our gudis … to be pundit and distrenȝhet and … away leid

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