deil


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deil

 (dēl)
n. Scots
1. The devil; Satan.
2. A mischievous person; an imp.

[Scots, from Middle English dele, variant of devel; see devil.]

deil

(diːl)
n
a Scot word for devil
References in classic literature ?
It's no canny to run frae London to the Black Sea wi' a wind ahint ye, as though the Deil himself were blawin' on yer sail for his ain purpose.
Well, on we went, and as the fog didn't let up for five days I joost let the wind carry us, for if the Deil wanted to get somewheres, well, he would fetch it up a'reet.
La "nebulosa della differenza" sostituisce Hegel con Nietzsche e Sade, ossia la "sofferenza del negativo con il godimento deil 'affermazione".
Wolferton Handicap: Baron DeiL (J A Heffernan), Salute Him (R Hughes) 4.
La gerencia interorganizacional tiene, segun Deil Wright (citado por Kliksberg, 1994), tres caracteristicas, a saber: 1) un enfoque de solucion de problemas; 2) comportamiento estrategico y de manejo de problemas y 3) redes de comunicacion, lo cual se detalla a continuacion.
When I'd ne'er a penny Deil a lad had I Pointing aye at Jenny Laughing they went buy Since old Robin left me Houses, lands--not few The lads come round in clusters I'm a beauty now Money they're all seeking Money they'll get neane Money sends them sneaking After Madam Jane.
Lothar Deil, 453rd Electronic Warfare Squadron, Air Force Outstanding Engineer Award, Senior Civilian
Best then kicked the book in for a late tackle on Evatt and he was substituted minutes later, along with Michael Mifsud, in favour of Deil Adebola and Issac Osbourne.
He struck aboard another John Oxx inmate as Forthefirstime landed the Flame Of Tara Stakes and Eddie Harty's Baron Deil completed the hat-trick in the ten-furlong handicap.
Deil thermoregulation of the crawfish Procambarus clarkii (Crustacca, Cambridae).
Deil Wright (Classics of Public Administration, 1997) has used the term "collage" to describe the contradictory, extensive, and incongruous elements of federalism in the 1990s.