Words and Phrases
haet

“haet”

Meaning:

a jot

In Literature:

Excerpt from Thocht Polis by Philip Robinson

But deil a haet o that was lairnt,
an sae tae bigger beece the’ turn’t

Excerpt from Written in Winter by James Orr

The blast that bray’d on Slimiss tap
wad hardly let a haet be heard


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