Baith



both.
Historical Examples

If I had been her, I wad hae blazed it baith to kirk and council;—to his wife’s ear, and to his minister’s!
The Shepherd’s Calendar James Hogg

There’s mony chances, baith o’ gude and ill, befa’ folk in this warld.
The Proverbs of Scotland Alexander Hislop

Ye are baith a pair o’ the deevil’s peats, I trow—hard token whilk deserves the hettest corner o’ his ingle side.
The Weird of the Wentworths, Vol. 1 Johannes Scotus

Here are my pipes, and here are you two gentlemen who are baith acclaimed pipers.
Kidnapped Robert Louis Stevenson

She find the herrin’, when there’s five hundred fishermen after them baith sides the Firrth.
Christie Johnstone Charles Reade

No doubt a corruption of the familiar Beheld baith dale and down.
The English and Scottish popular ballads (Volume II of 5) Various

They were baith rich in cattle, and had a jaud of a wife to the piece o them.
Merkland Mrs. Oliphant

“baith my sons focht and deed for their kintra,” said Donal.
The Quiver, Annual Volume 10/1899 Various

Remember that, in baith man and woman, what is passion to-day may be disgust the morn.
Wilson’s Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, XXII various

The priving was gude, it pleas’d them baith, To lo’e her for ay, he gae her his aith.
A Book of Ballads, Volume 4 Various

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