Definition of Hoddins

1. hoddin [n] - See also: hoddin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoddins

hod carriers
hodad
hodaddies
hodaddy
hodads
hodag
hodags
hodded
hodden
hoddengray
hoddens
hoddie
hoddies
hoddin
hodding
hoddins (current term)
hoddle
hoddled
hoddles
hoddling
hoddy
hoddydoddies
hoddydoddy
hode
hodening
hodge-podge
hodgepodge
hodgepodges
hodgkinsonite
hodiern

Literary usage of Hoddins

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1. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is by John Jamieson (1880)
"hoddins, ยป. pi. Small stockings, such as are need by children, Perths. ; supposed to be a dimin. from Hoe, a stocking. To HODDLE, vn To waddle, ..."

2. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1838)
"... and hoddins were at last heard neighing at the gate, and it was voted that the hour had come for doch an ..."

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