baith

baith

(beɪθ)
adj
Scot both
References in classic literature ?
Baith yer chairs as close together as chairs can be.
"And, mind ye, there's nae knocking at the door possible, when I've got the tray in baith my hands, and mairs the pity, the gout in baith my feet." With that friendly warning, Mr.
"I warned ye baith, it was a clean impossibility to knock at the door this time.
"For what ye're gaun' to receive, may ye baith be truly thankful!" He opened his available eye, and whipped the cover off again.
He was brother to Balfour of Baith; and if you are in any reasonable degree of nearness one of that gentleman's kin, I have come to put myself and my people at your command."
Here are my pipes, and here are you two gentlemen who are baith acclaimed pipers.
``Then said the King, `by Godys grace, Thou wert in a merry place, To shoot should thou lere When the foresters go to rest, Sometyme thou might have of the best, All of the wild deer; I wold hold it for no scathe, Though thou hadst bow and arrows baith, Althoff thou best a Frere.' ''
It wis oot tae Baldarroch Crematorium at Crathes syne a twa days later tae bid fareweel tae Bill Buchan, a gweed freen an fan o ma radio programmes gyan back tae the sivventies wi Meet Ye Monday an a thochtie later es column at he clippit oot ilka wiik an sent tae his pal Allen Barnett in Canada - baith young an illtrickit fairm wirkers afore Allen emigratit.
(10) Sobre esta etapa de sus conversaciones y su contenido, puede verse: MARGA, A., Karl Baith 's Dialogue with Catholicism in Gottingen and Munster.
Speaking at an event here, she said: " Ye (Rahul Gandhi) vo sajjan hain ,jo ek sarvajanik manch par baith ke kehte hai ki agar tum shaheed ho jaoge toh main paise de dunga.
A' this while neither the snow nor the wind has been idle--and baith Cockneys are sitting up to the middle, poor creatures, no' that verra cauld, for driftin snow sune begins to fin' warm and comfortable, but, wae's me!