Yir mother’s bearin’ her sorrow all alane in Ettrick and her laddie’ll bear it ayont the ocean.
St. Cuthbert’s Robert E. Knowles
“ayont the hoose there,” replied Peter, who was crouching behind a tree-stump.
Hunted and Harried R.M. Ballantyne
She followed the steps of the night, on its pathway of stars, far into the “wee sma’ hours ayont the twal’.”
Shirley Charlotte Bront
In front of a tavern, ayont yonder, a horse was whinneying as I came up.
The Road to Paris Robert Neilson Stephens
Geordie, yons our ain Barny, I ken by auld Helps motions; but wha she is that hes bringing wi him, is ayont my comprehension.
The Brownie of Bodsbeck, and Other Tales, Vol. II (of 2) James Hogg
Enter a well-filled car in “the wee small hours ayont the twal.”
The World on Wheels and Other Sketches Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin) Taylor
But ‘the wee small hour ayont the twal’ found him still searching, and still unsuccessful.
The Brother Clerks Xariffa
noun an ancient town in N India, in Uttar Pradesh state: as the birthplace of Rama it is sacred to Hindus; also a Buddhist centre Also called Ayodha, Awadh (əˈwɒd), Oudh (aʊd) Historical Examples And having reached the city of ayodhya, the king despatched Hanuman thence as envoy to Bharata. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa […]
ayor at your own risk
the wood of the obeche.
a seaport in SW Scotland. Ayrshire (def 2). Historical Examples The Ayr is a lovely river, and you tell me you have never explored it. Wilson’s Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume 2 Alexander Leighton Send your son to Ayr: if he do weel here, he’ll do weel there. The Proverbs of Scotland […]