Words and Phrases
haud (tae)

“haud (tae)”

Meaning:

hold (to)

Alternative spelling/meaning:

haud awee - hold on a wee while haud oan - bide your time, wait

In Literature:

Excerpt from The Laird o'Glencraigie by Samuel Turner

But haud awee - bide awee -
Kate didna’ tarry
but scuds through the trees,
light o’ fit as a fairy


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