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Definition of the verb Abraid

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verb - inflections: abraided | abraiding | abraids

  1. [transitive, obsolete] [context: of a sword] To wrench out.
  2. [intransitive, transitive, obsolete] To awake; to arouse; to stir or start up.
  3. [intransitive, transitive, obsolete] To shout out.
  4. [transitive, obsolete] To upbraid.

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Google previewThe Chambers Dictionary (1998)

See abraid Abraham-man a 'brz-ham-mari , or Abram-man u 'bram- man', n orig a Bedlam inmate let out to beg; a sturdy beggar, esp one shamming insanity ( archaic). — sham Abraham to feign sickness. [Said to be from an Abraham Ward in ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1847)

Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)


Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1898)

A Complete Encyclopaedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific and Technological by John Ogilvie

See also ABRAID.] 1. To weave or infold three or more strands to form one; to plait; to intertwine; as, to braid the hair. 'Braid your locks with rosy twine. Milton. – To braid St. Catharine's tresses, to live a virgin. Thou art too fair to braia St. catar ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Malayan Language in Two Parts, Malayan and English and English and Malayan (1812)

by William Marsden

puntas quick, swift, nimble, ready, brisk, into abraid. Pinta! tâli to twist a cord. ex ert, active, clever; ex ressive; aceful. _ . . { у}; sängat pautas berg'âlan Ihe is verygsrwift of тата“ like' as'.resemblmg°. Panta" ...

Google previewA pocket dictionary; or, Complete English expositor ... To which is prefixed, an introduction, containing an history of the English language, with a compendious grammar: and a recommendation of the manuscript copy, in a letter from Dr. Bevis to the publisher ... The fourth edition (1779)

Improper, unfie, inconfistent, abraid. monummon, in) Want ouche. mess. . ._ .INCONST'DERABLE, (A,)'Trisllng, not Worthy of rannen-anon.

Google previewA Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1960)

by John R. Clark Hall, Herbert Dean Meritt

[' abraid '] abreotan* to destroy, kill : fail, deteriorate. abreotnes f. extermination, OET182. abreodan'- (intr.) to fail, decay, deteriorate, perish, be destroyed, Ma; R.. abroSen (pp.) degenerate, reprobate, jEGr. (tr. and wk.) destroy ...

Google previewAn Irish-English Dictionary, Containing Upwards of Twenty Thousand Words that Never Appeared in Any Former Irish Lexicon: with Copious Quotations from the Most Esteemed Ancient and Modern Writers, to Elucidate the Meaning of Obscure Words and Numerous Comparisons ... ; to which is Annexed, a Compendious Irish Grammar. By Edward O'Reilly (1821)

abraidh se : 1. Plur. abram, abraтaoid, abraidh sinn ; 2. abradhe, abraiah sibh ; 3. abraid, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Entomology (2011)


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Scrabble value of A1B3R1A1I1D2

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