Words and Phrases
guidman

“guidman”

Meaning:

husband

In Literature:

Excerpt from A Winter Night in the North of Ireland by John McKinley

The guidman maks and coals the split
and mends the fire,
and snuffs and smokes as he thinks fit
like ony squire


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