pleugh

pleugh

(pluː; pluːx) or

pleuch

n, vb
(Agriculture) a Scot word for plough

pleugh


Past participle: pleughed
Gerund: pleughing

Imperative
pleugh
pleugh
Present
I pleugh
you pleugh
he/she/it pleughs
we pleugh
you pleugh
they pleugh
Preterite
I pleughed
you pleughed
he/she/it pleughed
we pleughed
you pleughed
they pleughed
Present Continuous
I am pleughing
you are pleughing
he/she/it is pleughing
we are pleughing
you are pleughing
they are pleughing
Present Perfect
I have pleughed
you have pleughed
he/she/it has pleughed
we have pleughed
you have pleughed
they have pleughed
Past Continuous
I was pleughing
you were pleughing
he/she/it was pleughing
we were pleughing
you were pleughing
they were pleughing
Past Perfect
I had pleughed
you had pleughed
he/she/it had pleughed
we had pleughed
you had pleughed
they had pleughed
Future
I will pleugh
you will pleugh
he/she/it will pleugh
we will pleugh
you will pleugh
they will pleugh
Future Perfect
I will have pleughed
you will have pleughed
he/she/it will have pleughed
we will have pleughed
you will have pleughed
they will have pleughed
Future Continuous
I will be pleughing
you will be pleughing
he/she/it will be pleughing
we will be pleughing
you will be pleughing
they will be pleughing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pleughing
you have been pleughing
he/she/it has been pleughing
we have been pleughing
you have been pleughing
they have been pleughing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pleughing
you will have been pleughing
he/she/it will have been pleughing
we will have been pleughing
you will have been pleughing
they will have been pleughing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pleughing
you had been pleughing
he/she/it had been pleughing
we had been pleughing
you had been pleughing
they had been pleughing
Conditional
I would pleugh
you would pleugh
he/she/it would pleugh
we would pleugh
you would pleugh
they would pleugh
Past Conditional
I would have pleughed
you would have pleughed
he/she/it would have pleughed
we would have pleughed
you would have pleughed
they would have pleughed
References in classic literature ?
Belyve,* the elder bairns come drapping in, At service out, amang the farmers roun'; Some ca' the pleugh, some herd, some tentie** rin A cannie*** errand to a neebor town: Their eldest hope, their Jenny, woman grown, In youthfu' bloom, love sparkling in her e'e Comes hame, perhaps, to show a braw new gown, Or deposite her sair-won penny-fee,*** To help her parents dear, if they in hardship be.
Gie me ae spark o' Nature's fire, That's a' the learning I desire; Then tho' I drudge thro' dub an' mire At pleugh or cart, My Muse, tho' hamely in attire, May touch the heart.
Ross has some interesting things to say about particular works, notably 'The Pleugh Song' and 'All sons of Adam', and he discusses what evidence there is concerning the provision for secular music-making at the Stuart courts, but the treatment cannot help but be patchy and discursive.