from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Middle English forms of
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete See 1st & 2d
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An 'aw yerd her sing some mak' o 'stuff abaat luv, and sich like rubbidge.
'Jokin' aside, Mr. Penrose, that owd flute yo 'yerd me playin' this afternoon is a part o 'my life.
Han yo 'never yerd that childer's angels awlus behold th' face o 'their Faither aboon?'
'Well, aw'v yerd o' th 'seven wonders, but if what thaa sez is true, it mak's th' eighth. '
I once yerd a grond sarmon fro 'that text i' th 'pulpit up aboon here; and when it were oer, Dickey o' Sams o 'the
This yerd was large, and rayled alle the aleyes, 820
Sin 'I yerd yo' talk abaat Him as gies liberally, I thought aw'd do a bit on mi own accaant. '
'Aw yerd Amos say t'other day, faither, that a chap hed to live thirty year wi' a woman afore he know'd he were wed. '
Of erbe yve, 61 growing in our yerd, that mery62 is;
But now I greet round their green beds in the yerd; 10