Definition of Bannocks

1. Noun. (plural of bannock) ¹



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Definition of Bannocks

1. bannock [n] - See also: bannock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bannocks

banneton
bannetons
bannets
bannimus
banninate
banninated
banninating
banning
banning-order
bannings
bannister
bannisterite
bannisters
bannition
bannock
bannocks (current term)
banns
banoffee
banoffee pie
banoffee pies
banoffi
banquet
banquet song
banqueted
banqueter
banqueters
banqueting
banquetings
banquetlike
banquets

Literary usage of Bannocks

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1. The Works of Robert Burns by Robert Burns (1841)
"Burns, when he composed this song, probably bad in his view the old Scottish song called " bannocks o' Barley Meal," said to have been written by the great ..."

2. My Sixty Years on the Plains, Trapping, Trading, and Indian Fighting by William Thomas Hamilton (1905)
"At this camp we came in contact with the bannocks, whose chief was named ... The result of the fight was that the bannocks were simply annihilated. ..."

3. Ancient and Modern Scottish Songs, Heroic Ballads, Etc by David Herd, Sidney Gilpin, George Paton (1870)
"And when I am dreft thus frae tap to tae, Hame to my MAGGIE I think for to gae, Wi' my claymore hinging down to my heel, To whang at the bannocks o' ..."

4. The Scottish Songs by Robert Chambers (1829)
"bannocks o' bear-meal, &c.* GO TO BERWICK, JOHNIE. TUNEā€”Go to Berwick, Johnie. Go to Berwick, Johnie; Bring her frae the Border ; Yon sweet bonnie lassie, ..."

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