Definition of Stane
1. n. A stone.
Definition of Stane
1. to stone [v STANED, STANING, STANES] - See also: stone
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stane
Literary usage of Stane
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal by Henry Ellis (1846)
"Lord Rich, to Sir William Cecil, concerning the Wardship of one Sarah stane. ... It may please you to understand that apon the deathe of one Richard stane, ..."
2. The Compt Buik of David Wedderburne, Merchant of Dundee, 1587-1630: Together by David Wedderburne, Alexander Hastle Millar (1898)
"... ane stane xiij pund at 4 lib the stane summa 7 lib x8 to be ... ane stane 9 pund at 4 the stane Summa sex lib V s Thir instantly to be ..."
3. The Past in the Present: What is Civilization? by Arthur Mitchell (1881)
"Knockin' stane from Shetland. Fig. 34.—The Mullet used In the making of pot ... stane. with it never reached Edinburgh, but I obtained another mallet from ..."
4. The Original Chronicle of Andrew of Wyntoun by Andrew, François Joseph Amours, John Thomas Toshach Brown, George Neilson (1903)
"How Symone Breke of Sparse land Brocht the king-is stane first in Irland. ... This king bad ]>is Symone ta This stane and in till Irland ga, ..."
5. The Original Chronicle of Andrew of Wyntoun by Andrew, François Joseph Amours, John Thomas Toshach Brown, George Neilson (1903)
"This king bad }>is Symone ta This stane and in till Irland ga, Haue in J?at land and occupy, And hald }>at stane specially, And mak it his sege J>ar<?, ..."
6. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"Had I a statue been o' stane, His darin look had daunted me ; . ... Searching auld\ And past the birks and meikle stane, Whare drunken Charlie brak's ..."
7. Scot. Text S. by Scottish Text Society (1903)
"This king bad J>is Symone ta This stane and in till Irland ga, Haue in bat land and occupy, And hald bat stane specially, And mak it his sege bare, ..."