puir

puir

(puːr; pyr)
adj
a Scot word for poor
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He was only fut for a pugsty, an' a dom puir apology for thot same."
But ut wull show ye what a puir fellow thot mate was.
"I'm only a puir woman, my leddy--d'ye mean yer husband here?"
Both writers appear as 'puir gangrel buddies waunderin hameless' (l.
Little Annie's greetin' tae, Sae whit can puir wee Mammy dae, But gie them a penny atween them twae, Tae buy mair Coulter's Candy.
KARACHI -- The chief of Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) Puir Sibghatullah Shah Rashdi commonly known as Pir Pagara has assured Jahangir Tareen that they would continue to support PTI Chief Imran Khan.
(21) and gif the persewer and defender be puir and may nocht pay the vnlaw thai sall be pvnist in thair persouns.
What care some gentry if they're weel though a' the puir wad dee!"
The Press Union of the Islamic World (PUIR) holds its second conference in coincidence with this exhibition with the participation of Syria.
(50) And yet, the responsibility seems to fall on "that puir doited deevil of a knight-baronet" (212), as Edie Ochiltree describes Wardour.
Hope they catch him before he does it to some puir wifie.
"How air ye jock?" ye cry as ye see the puir shilpit ard lad hirpling aboot the mart at Wooler (if there's a mart at Wooler yet).