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First published 2002 (DOST Vol. XI).
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Unwood, n. [Wod(e n.] Unwooded land. — 1659 Melrose Reg. Rec. I 248.
[Two acres of land] with haill mose muire wood and unwood gress pastureage [etc.]

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