Definition of Reird

1. an uproar [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Reird

reinvolved
reinvolves
reinvolving
reionisation
reionisations
reionise
reionised
reionises
reionising
reionization
reionizations
reionize
reionized
reionizes
reionizing
reird (current term)
reirds
reirrigate
reirrigated
reirrigates
reirrigating
reis
reises
reishi
reisolate
reisolated
reisolates
reisolating
reisolation
reisolations

Literary usage of Reird

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Bannatyne Manuscript by Walter Scott, David Laing (1896)
"Reill, ft., a yarn-winding machine, 388, 22 (Anon.). reird, . ... "he rarit with a reird," he yelled out loudly. V. Rerd. ..."

2. Two Ancient Scottish Poems: The Gaberlunzie-man, and Christ's Kirk on the by James, John Callander (1782)
"... The reird raife rudely with the rapps, Quhen rungs war laid on riggs; ... Syne the reird followed of the ..."

3. Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (1867)
"Used apparently In the sense of To reird, ... reird, REIDE, ». 1. Noise ; shouting. Doug. 2. The act of breaking wind, 8. 3. A falsehood ; a gasconade, ..."

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