Definition of Dought

1. Noun. manhood, virtue ¹



2. Noun. the age of manhood, maturity ¹

3. Noun. virility, manly power or strength; excellence ¹

4. Noun. (qualifier collectively) men, people ¹

5. Noun. a company, army, retinue ¹

6. Verb. (dialect) (form of alternative past tense form dow) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Dought

1. dow [v] - See also: dow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dought

doughier
doughiest
doughily
doughiness
doughing
doughless
doughlike
doughmaking
doughnut
doughnut-shaped
doughnut hole
doughnut holes
doughnutlike
doughnuts
doughs
dought (current term)
doughtier
doughtiest
doughtily
doughtiness
doughtinesses
doughtren
doughts
doughty
doughy
douglas' pouch
douglas fir
douglas hemlock
douglas pine
douglas spruce

Literary usage of Dought

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1. Publications by Lancashire Parish Register Society (1904)
"Fo.85 Allice dought' of Thomas Smethurst of Pulton ... dought' of Wm Roads of great Pulton first daie George sone of ..."

2. Lancashire Parish Register Society: Publications by Lancashire Parish Register Society (1904)
"Fo.86 Jenett dought' of Thomas ... of litle Carlton ... ijth Ellin dought' of George Hebson ... ... ... ... same daie ..."

3. The Cheshire Sheaf ...: Being Local Gleanings, Historical and Antiquarian by Francis Sanders, William Fergusson Irvine, J. Brownbill (1883)
"... and then to romene to my dought'r ANNE, & to hir heires of hir bodie lawfully begotten ... my sayd wif & my dought' anne to haue all my lands in ..."

4. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"And, while I toddle on through life» Your porter dought na hear us ; Vs, on Window, Carrón. .... Do what I dought to set her free, The Election Ballads, HI. ..."

5. The Herts Genealogist and Antiquary by William Brigg (1895)
"Also I wille y* Amy my dought ' & Jon my dought ' iche of hem haue a bedde & iche of hern a ... v* longeth to my body & Jone my dought ' my beste hode. ..."

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