Words and Phrases
ne’er fash your heid

“ne’er fash your heid”

Meaning:

don’t bother; don’t trouble yourself

In Literature:

Excerpt from An elegy on the much lamented death of quarter-master, Brice Blare; who died at Strabane. By a Northern Bard. by William Starrat

Come, tak your Bicker, never think,
that I a Papist Health and Drink,
I guess your Meaning by your Wink,
Ne’er fash your Heed;
nean but a Jacobite wad shrink
to mind the dead

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