sowth

sowth

(saʊθ)
n
(Animals) obsolete a sheep
vb (tr)
Scot to whistle
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Whatever that a man sowth, that's what he shall reap.
A dyna chdi ges 'di'r Eleri Sion 'na - am hogan o'r Sowth. Ond yr uchafbwynt i fi oedd cael Yws Gwynedd yn seboni fi...
While Bevington reads the command "make a sowth" in that same stage direction as smoke issuing from Hell, the smoke would actually issue from Hellmouth below the stage, either emerging from the mouth itself or, more likely, through a trap door (line 743 s.d.).
Gresyn os ydi'n prifwyl ni yn colli tryloywder, wel y deud ydi fod popeth yn mynd i'r sowth a dim ond briwsion i ni yma yn y Gogledd, a gwyliwn rhag ofn i ni golli y Steddfod iddynt hefyd, wedi'r cyfan rydym ni fel trethdalwyr yn cyfrannu ryw gymaint i goffrau'r Steddfod Genedlaethol.
As I haue prechyd in placys abowth, And shewyd experyence to to man and wyf, Into kis werd Goddys sone hath sowth For veray loue man to revyfe.
Reduced early growth of direct drilled wheat in southern new sowth wales: Causes and consequences.
Cefais ddeunaw mlynedd o berthynas gyda Nain Sowth. Un o fabis y Rhyfel ydoedd, fe''i ganed ym 1941, a chafod ei henw wedi i ewythr iddi farw yn Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf yn Alsace Lorraine.
One Cape Town artist has sold out of T-shirts stating: "Fick Fufa." Satirical website Hayibo.com has also taken a pop at FIFA's autocratic trademark practices and produced a best-selling T-shirt with the slogan: "FEEFA 2.010 WHIRLD CUP SOWTH AFRIKA."
589) and insisting that "Salue for bu sowle must be sowth" (l.
The twantie and towe of october the guards at sowth ys mydnighte
My paternal grandmother apparently announced during the depression in slate in the first decade of the last century that she would prefer to follow her uncle to America rather than go to the "Sowth".
Nothing is known of his relations with Shakespeare hereafter either, except indirectly through an extant note of 1604 from Sir Walter Cope to Robert Cecil, sent by Burbage, saying that according to Burbage, "ther ys no new playe that the quene [Anne] hath not seene," but the company has revived an old one, Love's Labour's Lost, which will please her exceedingly and "ys apointed to be playd to Morowe night at my Lord of Sowth amptons." [12] On the other hand, Southampton may have remained Shakespeare's patron from 1593 to 1616, in which event the disaster of 1601 can hardly be irrelevant.