Definition of Speldin

1. a haddock [n -S] - See also: haddock



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Speldin

speiss
speisses
spek
spekboom
spekbooms
speke
speks
spelaean
spelaeologist
spelaeology
speld
spelded
spelder
speldered
spelders
speldin (current term)
spelding
speldings
speldins
speldrin
speldrins
spelds
spelean
spelencephaly
speleo-
speleological
speleologically
speleologies
speleologist
speleologists

Literary usage of Speldin

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1. Rab and His Friends: And Other Papers and Essays by John Brown (1907)
"The family name, ye ken, was speldin, and the dried fish was ca'd after them. ... At supper every one was eager to have a seat near Mrs. Ramsay speldin. ..."

2. Horae Subsecivae by John Brown (1897)
"'It's me,' replied Mrs. Ramsay speldin; 'and I mean to perform the office mysel'. ... At supper every one was eager to have a seat near Mrs. Ramsay speldin. ..."

3. Spare Hours by John Brown (1865)
"It's me," replied Mrs. Ramsay speldin; " and I mean to perform the office ... At supper every one was eager to have a seat near Mrs. Ramsay speldin. ..."

4. Mystifications by Clementina Stirling Grahame, John Brown (1865)
"We maun just ha'e patience," said Mrs. speldin, " and nae doubt it will ... It's me," replied Mrs. speldin; " and I mean to perform the office mysel'. ..."

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