from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- pro. naught, nothing
- n. naught, nothing
- adv. naught, nothing
- n. An ox.
- n. Herd of cattle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Neat cattle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See nout.
But I guess, as my grandmother used to say "there's nowt so queer as folk".... she was from the north of England, hence the word nowt which literally translated means "nothing".
Much as I think HMQ would have something sensible to say she is best off saying 'nowt'
"There's nowt worse than this sort of uncertainty hanging over people's jobs," he said, using the Northern English word "nowt" for nothing.
"That roarin 'nowt's juist makin' a pure soss o't," he says, when we finished.
On rotation of crops, and specially on "nowt" beasts, his opinion was
It's 1974, and in the English city of Stoke-on-Trent, there's not a lot (or "nowt," as they say in these parts) for a young delivery boy like Joe McCain (Compston) to do, apart from going to the pub with his mates.
The form 'nowt' is still in common use in the North of England and the South of Scotland.
"I've done it often," she added, "an 'nowt's nivver feared me.
I can't prove who they were but there were people whispering around me when Shannon was missing and when I asked them what it was about I was told 'nowt'. "
Once your points have run out you get NOTHING from the state, zero, nowt jackshit and you lose your right to vote.