Words and Phrases
ain

“ain”

Meaning:

own

In Literature:

Excerpt from The Lammas Fair by Robert Huddleston

My ain deer lass she saw me come,
as fast I was able;
tae fix her gartens she did dring,
or for a sconce did ravel,
her shoes that day

Excerpt from The Lammas Fair by Robert Huddleston

Thus I began my ain way; tae sing that day


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