Definition of Stanes

1. stane [v] - See also: stane



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stanes

stands for
stands in
stands on ceremony
stands out
stands up
stands up against
stands up to
standstill
standstills
standup
standup comedian
standups
stane
staned
stanekite
stanes (current term)
stanfieldite
stanford-binet test
stang
stanged
stanging
stangs
stanhope
stanhopea
stanhopes
staniel
staniels
stanine
stanines
staning

Literary usage of Stanes

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1. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is by John Jamieson (1880)
"... a heap of stanes ; " a hatter of berries," a large cluster or great quantity crowded together, a confused heap, b. The face is said to be " a' in a ..."

2. A Glossary of the Old Northumbrian Gospels: (Lindisfarne Gospels Or Durham Book) by Albert Stanburrough Cook (1894)
"J. 20, 1; stan (5 times); gs. stanes L. 22; 41; ds. stane (8 times) ; stau J. 19,13; stan Mt. 27,60. ... L. 19, 40; stanes L. I 10,3; dp. stan um Mk. 5, 5. ..."

3. An Autobiography: My Schools and Schoolmasters ; Or, The Story of My Education by Hugh Miller (1859)
"... was " getting siller in the stanes," I was so unlucky as never to be able to answer their question in the affirmative. ..."

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