Words and Phrases
aiblins

“aiblins”

Meaning:

perhaps, possibly, maybe

In Literature:

Excerpt from Epistle to Mr A. M'Kenzie, Dunover. On the Publication of his Poems by Robert Anderson

An’ aiblins comfort ane anither, in friendship blest

Excerpt from Willie Wabster and the Fairies by Sarah Leech

My Pegasus now on the wing,
I haste some blethers up to string,
lest he should gie a sudden fling
or aiblins stumble


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