A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
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Ellisquhar(e, -quhair, adv. Also: -quhere; els quhair. [Northern ME. ellis-quare (c 1340), southern elleswher, -hware, OE. elles hwær.] Elsewhere. a1400 Leg. S. xxvi. 739.
I haf ado ellis quhare ?1438 Alex. ii. 1643.
He, that ellisquhere had his thocht, Gyrdit fast by 1513 Doug. vii. viii. 93.
The dyn was hard eik ellis quhar ful far 1587 Edinb. Test. XVIII. 60 b.
Guidis and geir … alsueill in the hous and buith as ellis quhair 1622-6 Bisset II. 213/17.
Quhalis and greit strowgeonis takin in the sea or ellisquhair within the realme c1650 Spalding II. 56.
He … gois to the sea, sailling in one of the Kingis schippis about Holy Iland and els quhair
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