A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
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Daith(e, Dath(e, n. Also: daythe. [Late variant of Dethe n., common c 1580–1630.] Death. 1567 Crim. Trials I. ii. 500.
He was ane of the principall doers of the daith, and thairfoir … worthy of daith 15.. Clar. i. 9.
His daith dreiding sore Ib. 1228, etc.
Daith sall me devoure a1570-86 Maitl. F. clxxxii. 11.
None mey from daith refraine 1590 Burel Pilgr. ii. 2.
Anna, wondrous wraith, Deplors his sister Didos daith 1612 Brechin Test. II. 239.
Vncertane of the tyme of my naturall daythe 1628 Maxwell Mem. I. 481.
Youris to his daithe ever to be commandit 1685 Bk. Old Edinb. C. XI. 71.
Soe long as she continoues in danger of daith 1694 Annandale Corr. 318.
Aiffter the dath of my poor boy
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