Definition of Naethings

1. naething [n] - See also: naething



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Naethings

nadiring
nadirs
nadolol
nadorite
nadroparin
nae
naebodies
naebody
naegleria
naegleria fowleri
naengmyeon
naenia
naenias
naething
naethings (current term)
naeve
naeves
naevi
naevoid
naevose
naevus flammeus
nafarelin
nafcillin
nafenopin
nafertisite

Literary usage of Naethings

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1. Faiths and Folklore: A Dictionary of National Beliefs, Superstitions and by William Carew Hazlitt (1905)
"... o'naethings." Others are: "to fathom the stack three times," "to dip your left shirt sleeve in a burn where three Lairds' lands meet"; and the last is a ..."

2. The Contemporaries of Burns, and the More Recent Poets of Ayrshire, with by James Paterson (1840)
"(i Pa-an's * son ! how I repine At your unhappy lot; While empty naethings glare and shine, Your mem'ries are forgot. Yet time will sublime still A' true ..."

3. The Black Douglas by Samuel Rutherford Crockett (1899)
"Blessed Saint Anthony, and here was I flight- erin' and ragin' aboot my naethings. Here, lads, blaw the horn and cry the slogan. Fetch the horses frae the ..."

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