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Ayder syne mak, c. not a pair the lizard or newt. G. that 'at is to quarter. ; G. ' e, G. that I am. ' Anderson, sod, and backed up with earth on the inner side, hence the name. Back end, c. the autumn. ' ' On CUMBERLAND GLOSSARY. Backen, Back Baffle, c. to o. to retard. kest, ' relapse. , a fling, E. ' Back nor edge, c. ' rackonin', G. an unpleasant reference to an old grievance. Back-set, G. a reserve ; something back upon. Back-set and foor-set, G. rounded with difficulties. to fall the back yard.

C. W. , c. Chammerly, Sundays c. baby faced. Allium schcenoprasum. Chock fall, c. full to Chollers, c. fatty jaws the top. and double chin. dividing. chamber-lye; stale urine. Cheppel Sundays, cats. Chitty, Chitty wren, G. the wren. lium verum. The infusion has been used as rennet. Cheg, unskil- fully. Chitter talk. Cheelie, blades cat. the wren. Chatter wallet, Cha-waww, first the Chit, G. ' Chatter hen, the c. whom of grass in the spring. Chirrup, seedlings. w. chaser. , fective Chats, honour of the saint to chapel was dedicated.

Bannock, Bannock face having a feass't, G. flat and a short nose. c. the bantam ; a dwarfish Banty, person or animal. Banty Bare gorps, Bark, . unfledged birds. c. ' Bark at t' heck, c. to wait out- side the door. Barken't, to bound, dirt c. make hardened on; bark hide- crisp like ; c. a term used by boys bespeaking a cessation of their game. , Bairn, K. a child, a term of familiarity. ' ' G. an old name for irons put on the spectacles; noses of horses to make them Barnicles, stand quietly. childish.

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