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The Disappearing Dictionary (2015)
A Treasury of Lost English Dialect Words by David Crystal
noof ( adjective) Scotland Sheltered from the weather, snug; neat, trim. From Galloway: ...
A dictionary of the Kalispel or Flat-head Indian language, compiled by the missionaries of the Society of Jesus [or rather by J. Giorda (1879)
by Joseph Giorda
-qij- noof) •j.wjiumi in ...
or the Original Antiquated and Natural Curiosities of the South of Scotland by John Mactaggart
Noof — Snug; sheltered from the blast. Nools — Small horns, which ...
by William Toone
Jonson's Catalina, Coce a noof, exulting demeanour, elated: this- enpression has no certain etymology.
Containing an Explanation of the Words Used by the Most Celebrated Ancient and Modern Scottish Authors by Ebenezer Picken
Noof, v. n. to chat familiarly, see Knoof. Nool-knee'd, adj. see Nule-knee'd. Noot, s , the ball which is struck at in playing at shinty. Nor, adv. than. Norlan, adj. of or belonging to the North. Northart, adj. north, northward. Noteless, adj. unknown.
A Complete Dictionary of the English Language, ... To which is Prefixed, a Prosodial Grammar. By Thomas Sheridan .. The Sixth Edition (1796)
Noof rural play, commonly called Pri-| - | Privilege, priv'-vil-idzh. f. Peculiar Removal Probable, priö'-ġli. a. Likely ; hav| Produćt, pród-dükt. f. Something proer. To Proffer, prif fr. v.
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis
The confirmed venereal noof. has the appearance of a divarication of the ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, Explained in Their Different Meanings, and Authorized by the Names of the Writers in Whose Works They are Found by Samuel Johnson
Any little noof. Pegge. To FLASH, v. ». To glitter with a quick and transient flame. Boyle. To burst out into any kind of violence. Shakspeare. To break out into wit, merriment, or bright thought. Felton. To FLASH, v. a. To strike" up large bodies of ...
An English Dictionary: explaining the difficult terms that are used in divinity, husbandry, physick ... Containing many thousands of hard words ... Together with the etymological derivation of them from their proper fountains, etc (1676)
a publick Noof Confcence, accufing or | tary. excufing. faherd, -ard, a fleevlefs Synthemeg, a watch-word, |coat, also a Heralds Coat alloa riddle, and as Diplo- |ofarms in fervice,
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Scrabble value of N1O1O1F4
The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine