from The Century Dictionary.

  • A dialectal (Scotch) form of none.


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  • He say to the parrot "What's your name" The parrot answers, "My nane is Pedro, Jesus is the German Shepard over there."

    A Brief History of Wildcatting

  • JC, Thank you for the correction but the authors nane is "below" the comment!

    Why The British Shoot Shoes

  • Like the nane Spectrum myself as ina broad spectrum but blogger times is agood idea as well.

    Idle Dream No. 94

  • But then I will put on nane of their Popish disguises — me that has lived in North Leith, baith wife and lass, for

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • I haerd it called limon with nane and it taste's sour and sweet and probably came from the original lemonade spring.

    Crab, Fennel, and Apple Salad

  • He charges all and sundry "to mak nane impediment letting nor distroblance in the passing of the relik throch the contre."

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  • "'And thou, Bethlehem, land o' Judah, nane the least amang Judah's princes! for oot o 'thee sal come a Ruler, wha sal tend my folk o' Isra'l! '"

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  • But gang thy way, honest Geordie; thou art a good plain man, but nane of the seven sages of Greece; gang thy way, and mind the soothfast word which you spoke, small time syne, that there is one in this land that comes near to Solomon, King of Israel, in all his gifts, except in his love to strange women, forby the daughter of

    The Fortunes of Nigel

  • “Ah, rough I be, and nane too bricht, but we Scots are by defineetion unco canny.”

    Hokas Pokas

  • And a packet o 'screws had the twa emus; but the dour guidwife got nane!

    Santa Claus in the Bush


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    January 28, 2009