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Definition of the noun burd
What does burd mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: burds
- poetic Maiden, young woman
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And Its Environs, Within the Distance of Ten Miles
Burd is a flat stone to the Honble.
New Media and Technology (2011)
Youth as Content Creators by Marina Umaschi Bers, Gil G. Noam
leo burd is a researcher with the MIT Center for Future Civic Media. Mobile phones are the predominant form of social communication for new ...
Law of the Internet (2008)
by George B. Delta, Jeffrey H. Matsuura
Burd is a public official, which would have made it very difficult for him to prevail in a defamation suit.251 The memorandum analyzes most of the cases cited above, and concludes that discovery requests that seek to pierce the anonymity of ...
Engineering Design (2012)
Representation and Reasoning by Clive L. Dym, David C. Brown
can be used to establish and maintain various kinds of relationships; for example, a CONCRETE_PAD may be part-of a PADMOUNT transformer, whereas a BURD is a kind-of transformer. Now, there are ...
The Dictionary of English Inflected Words, with the Syllabication of All the Words According to a System Founded on Well-defined Principles (1877)
And the System of Syllabication as Applied to Poetry and the Scansion of Verse. Forming Part II of The Handy English Word Book by James Stormonth
burden n., -ens; burd'en v., ...
Lexicon Encyclion... (1745)
by Johann A Weber
burd)bringlicf),L penetrabilis. йЪигфеШИПЬеГ/ confufus, è. promifcuus, è. permixtus,è. permixtus & confufus. line ordinc orrationc. indiftin£tc indiitincle& promit ene |* unteirttn<mt>a\ mengen, etroat), ...
by John Jamieson
BURD, Buses, s. Board; table. Dunbar. —MoeaG. baurd, asser, tabula ; A.S. bord, id. BURD,:. Ofl'spring,S.—-A.S.byrd,nativitas. BURDALANE, :. A term used to denote one who is the only child left in a family; q. bird alone, or solitary; ...
Abridged from the American Dictionary for the Use of Primary Schools and the Counting House by Noah Webster
Dictionary of Early English (1955)
by Joseph T. Shipley
The corresponding feminine word was burd, lady; in poetical use, usually young lady, maiden.
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Scrabble value of B3U1R1D2
The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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