Definition of Furth

1. Preposition. (Scotland) out or outside ¹



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Definition of Furth

1. forth [adv FURTHER, FURTHEST] - See also: forth

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Furth

furry tongue
furrydom
furs
fursecution
furshlugginer
fursona
fursonas
furst
fursuit
fursuited
fursuiter
fursuiters
fursuiting
fursuits
fursultiamin
furth (current term)
further(a)
further education
furtherance
furtherances
furthered
furtherer
furtherers
furtherest
furthering
furthermore
furthermost
furthers
furthersome

Literary usage of Furth

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1. The Antiquary (1873)
"... Twentie twa ss \шл (t 15) Item furth of ye land of Johnc ... Twentie ss Suma huius pagine vi Ib i ss vid (116) Item furth of ..."

2. The Certificates of the Commissioners Appointed to Survey the Chantries by William Page, Great Britain Ecclesiastical Commission (1895)
"... furth of the ten. of John Robert in the Market Stret and ... a rent paid furth of the ten. of Sugar, vjs.; a free rent of Thomas Grene furth of his ten. ..."

3. Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions by Robert Chambers (1847)
"But of Wallace furth I will you tell, When he was went of that peril fell, Rieht glad was he that ... On Wednesday the false Southron furth brocht To martyr ..."

4. The Compt Buik of David Wedderburne, Merchant of Dundee, 1587-1630: Together by David Wedderburne, Alexander Hastle Millar (1898)
"... elder houss on the castel- hill 40s furth of Thomas Muris land XXs furth of James Scrymgeour ... malt hous their Ane pund vax furth of David ..."

5. The Confirmation of Executors in Scotland, According to the Practice in the by James Geddes Currie (1884)
"The late D (design him or her) died at (place), on (date), and had at the time of his (or, her) death his (or, her) ordinary or principal domicile furth of ..."

6. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by House of Lords, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1857)
"12 of process is conformable to such usage ; and specially whether, where the execution is directed against a party as furth of the kingdom, ..."

7. The Antiquary (1873)
"... Twentie twa ss \шл (t 15) Item furth of ye land of Johnc ... Twentie ss Suma huius pagine vi Ib i ss vid (116) Item furth of ..."

8. The Certificates of the Commissioners Appointed to Survey the Chantries by William Page, Great Britain Ecclesiastical Commission (1895)
"... furth of the ten. of John Robert in the Market Stret and ... a rent paid furth of the ten. of Sugar, vjs.; a free rent of Thomas Grene furth of his ten. ..."

9. Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions by Robert Chambers (1847)
"But of Wallace furth I will you tell, When he was went of that peril fell, Rieht glad was he that ... On Wednesday the false Southron furth brocht To martyr ..."

10. The Compt Buik of David Wedderburne, Merchant of Dundee, 1587-1630: Together by David Wedderburne, Alexander Hastle Millar (1898)
"... elder houss on the castel- hill 40s furth of Thomas Muris land XXs furth of James Scrymgeour ... malt hous their Ane pund vax furth of David ..."

11. The Confirmation of Executors in Scotland, According to the Practice in the by James Geddes Currie (1884)
"The late D (design him or her) died at (place), on (date), and had at the time of his (or, her) death his (or, her) ordinary or principal domicile furth of ..."

12. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by House of Lords, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1857)
"12 of process is conformable to such usage ; and specially whether, where the execution is directed against a party as furth of the kingdom, ..."

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