Definition of Graiths
1. graith [v] - See also: graith
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Graiths
Literary usage of Graiths
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Metrical Legends of Exalted Characters by Joanna Baillie (1821)
"... He call'd on him and said, thou Scot, abide, What devil thee graiths in so gay a weed ? An Irish mantle is was thy kind to wear, A Scots whittle under ..."
2. Scottish Notes and Queries by John Malcolm Bulloch (1890)
"... lost all his graiths and was hardly taken and coming hame all the horse flang aff the coals and four fell by the way with the loads their ..."
3. The Weavers' Craft: Being a History of the Weavers' Incorporation of by Daniel Thomson (1903)
"... and in the full enjoyment of "all the privileges, rights, immunities, freedoms, graiths, ..."
4. Illustrations of Anglo-Saxon Poetry by John Josias Conybeare, William Daniel Conybeare (1826)
"... he had ever shared the possessions which his chieftain owned • • •, read he leapt upon the mare which his lord had owned, upon its housings [graiths]. ..."
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