gaun

gaun

(ɡɔːn)
vb
the present participle of gae
References in classic literature ?
"Am gaun' to breeng the dinner in!" he called out to Arnold.
"For what ye're gaun' to receive, may ye baith be truly thankful!" He opened his available eye, and whipped the cover off again.
"What's the use o' my gaun' away, when ye'll want me anon to change the plates for ye?" He considered for a moment (privately consulting his experience) and arrived at a satisfactory conclusion as to Arnold's motive for wanting to get rid of him.
"I never had naething to do with onything morally wrong; and I'm no gaun to begin to pleasure a wild Hielandman."
Sources disclosed that a powerful person has purchased a 100 kanal land in RDA controlled Kotla Gaun in Rawat while all related permissions and approvals would be obtained from RDA.
Tara Gaun Tea Estate Pvt Ltd (selling brand: Tarachiyabari) is in the Suryodaya Municipality in Ilam, at an altitude of 1640 meters above sea level.
"I was standing at the bank one day getting money out and a really old lady standing next me said, 'Were you the lady who rode the Chase?' "I said, 'Yes' and she said, 'Gaun yersel hen, about bloody time.
Born in 1953 in Pandit Gaun, Liglig in Gorkha district, Dr Devkota was a classmate of chairperson of Naya Shakti Party Dr.
Gaun an understanding of how solutions from SAP are enabling corporate treasurers to be in control and maintain a 360-degree view of their corporation's financial position to make better-educated strategic decisions - always in real time.
Mr Gurung comes from Lama Gaun, in the remote mountainous Tanahun region, where the local Shree Janapremi school was adopted several years ago as a charity project by members of Nuneaton and Arbury Rotary Clubs.
Whit are the lads gaun to dae on the platform?" "They're gaun to dance a reel", said Erchie, without hesitation.