blaud

blaud

(blɔːd)
n
a large amount
vb (tr)
to slap
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"I shall give you Blaud's Pills in quantities when we're away," said Philip, laughing.
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I'll write, an' that a hearty blaud, This vera night [...].' (23) Burns's Scottish dialect is particularly thick and vivid here: tapetless can mean dull and lethargic, or heedless and silly; ramfeezled is exhausted; dowf is listless; thowless is spiritless; hizzie (English hussy) is 'used jocular or slightly disparaging force for a woman, esp.
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This day Mackinlay takes the flail, An' he's the boy will blaud her!
I'll write, an' that a hearty blaud, This very night; So dinna ye affront your trade, But rhyme it right.
"IF you are going to prescribe Blaud's Pills," Sir William Osler used to tell his medical students, "you should know who Blaud was." What about the Dover of Dover's Powders, the Addison of Addison's Disease?