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daw [dɑː, dɔː, N. I. daː]n. An atom, a jot, a whit.
daaken, dawkennin, daakennin, dawkennin, daakenin, daakened, dawn, dawin, daain, daun, dahn, daw, daa, da,
daw [dɑː, dɔː, N. I. daː]n. Dawn.
also dawin and NN.b. dawkennin [ˈdaːˈkənɪn] The dawning of the day.
v. To dawn.
daw, daa, da,
daw [I. daː]n. The lesser-spotted dogfish Scyliorhinus canicula.
Dawbeattie, Dawbaittie, Da'beattie, Dabaittie, Debatey,
Dawbeattie [dəˈbete]pn. Dalbeattie (Dumfries and Galloway).
Dawgety, Dawgetty, Dawgitty, Dawgittie, Daagitty, Daagittie, Degetty, Deggity,
Dawgety [ˈdɛgɛtɪ, ˈdɛgɪte]pn. Dalgety (Fife).
Dawhoosie, Dalhoosie, Daloosie, Da'hoosie, dahoosie,
Dawhoosie [dəˈhusi]pn. Dalhousie (Midlothian).
Dawhurn [ˈdəʍʌrn]pn. Dalquhurn (West Dumbartonshire).
Dawkeith, Daulkeith, Daalkeith, Da'keith,
Dawkeith [dəˈkiθ]pn. Dalkeith (Midlothian).
Dawmellinton, Daamellinton, Damelln'on, Damellnton, Damelintoun, Demellintin,
Dawmellinton [ˈdɪmɛlɪntən]pn. Dalmellington (Ayrshire).
days, daes, deys, dies, dehs, dais, bailie day, bailey day, daily, daylie, dailie, dilly, foreday, fuirday, forday, aicht-day, eicht-day, aucht-day, echt-day, aught-day, acht-day, wacht-day, deyandeilie, dayandailie, dayligaun, dayligone, dayligon, dayligo, dayligin, dayly-goin, dailygan, dailigone, dailygon, dayligoin, dayligaan, dailagone, dayligane, dayagone, dailigon, dailigoin, dailichtgan, dailgon, day'l-agaun, dayl'-agaun, daligone, deyligaun, dailygone, yesterday, yesterae, yesterie, yestrae, yisterday, yisterdae, yistherday, yisterdey, yistirday, yisterdy, yestirday, yistirdae, yeisterday, day, dae, dey, die, deh, days, dai, day-set, dayset, the-day, theday, the day, iday, th'day, thiday, the dey, daday, da day, i'day, daily-day, dailieday, ilkaday, ilkieday, ilkyday, ilkae-day, nouadays, nooadays, noo'adays, nou-a-days, noo-a-dehs, noo-a-deys, nooradays, thanadays, dan-a-days, keek-o-day, keek o day,
day [de, dɪ]n. Day.
Compounds and phrases etc.
ae day: One day.
aicht-day [ext-, ɛçt-]: A common daily occurrence.
aicht days: A week (ago).
ance on a day: Once upon a time.
auld day: The day after a major celebration such as a wedding, a ball or a feast etc.
auld year's day: The last day of the year.
bailie day: A day on in which farmers were bound to labour for their lairds, and work under the supervision and orders of the bailie.
creek o day: The break of day, dawn.
day an daily: U. Constantly, every day.
dayligaun [ˈdelɪˈgɑːn, -ˈgɔːn, -ˈgɑː(ɪ)n, N. -ˈg(j)aːn]: The twilight. From day licht gaun.
daily-day: MN. Every day, continually, constantly.
day-set: Sunset, nightfall.
foreday [ˈfoːr-]: The forenoon, originally late in the morning or late in the day.
Hintmaist Day: Judgement Day.
ilka day: A week-day, a working day.
keek o day: The crack of dawn.
lawfu day: A legal working day.
nouadays: The period of time that is happening now.
peep o day: Dawn.
screich o day: Dawn.
thanadays: In those days.
the daft days: The period of festivity at Christmas and the New Year.
the day: Today.
the last day: The previous day, yesterday, the other day.
thir days: These days.