A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
About this entry:
First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).
This entry has not been updated since then but may contain minor corrections and revisions.
1. Shelter, housing, accommodation. 1629 Black Orkn. & Shetl. Folklore 109.
Sho was miscontent that Wm Work wald not geve hir lodging 1650 Aberd. B. Rec. IV. 112.
That … nane of them presume … to geue any meat drink or lodging to any extranier beggar 1663 Lauderdale P. I. 200.
Ther insolensies hes bin great so as to reffyous the minester lodgieng 1666-74 Fraser Polichron. 141.
[This bishop] kept noblemens children with him for table and lodging 1670–87 Sel. Biog. II. 359.
From her I had lodging and diet free
b. Attrib. in lodging-place, = sense 2 b.Late ME. and e.m.E. loggyng-, lodging-place. 1653 Lamont Diary 57.
They sould send ther names and ther lodging place to the court of gaird
2. An abode, dwelling, place of residence or accommodation. lit. and fig. 1590-1 Bruce Serm. 221.
In this life we have no permanent lodging nor certain remaining whereunto we may lean 1666-74 Fraser Polichron. 341.
Lying in a killbarn, haveing no other lodging left him c1650 Spalding II. 233.
On the bair fieldis scho restit insted of statelie lodginges cled with curious tapestrie
b. A more or less temporary residence or dwelling-place; esp. a hired or rented lodging in town for a temporary resident. Also plur. in sing. sense. 1558-66 Knox II. 321.
Bothwell and his war commanded, under pane of treassone, to keap thair lodgeingis 1594 Aberd. Council Lett. I. 58.
And siclyk that ye mak the auld prouestis lodgeing reddy for our awin ressait and remaning 1614 Bk. Islay 162.
I haue provydit your loidging for yow, gene you come heir c1650 Spalding II. 233.
Thir sex rebellis schippis settis thair bred syde to hir [the Queen's] lodging 1677 Cunningham Diary 102.
To a boy for directing Matthew to our lodging, who came not in our boat
3. a. A house, hall or building. 1667 Lamont Diary 196.
By the fall of a keap stone or 2 of some lodging his head was bruised in to peices 1666-74 Fraser Polichron. 105.
His sons wedding in the great hall of Tarnway, the nonsuch lodging of Scotland, for to this day that house hath no paralell within the kingdom Ib. 201.
The back court … with severall leach lodgings, especiall the painted chamber called Shamerbrea
b. A storage-shed. c. A pit-head shelter. = Lodge n. 1 b, Luge n. 4 b.The 1611 quot. may, however, belong rather with 3 a. 1611 M. Works Acc. (ed.) I. 332.
For twa paire of bandes … to the eister lodging 1661 J. Gordon Descr. Aberd. 18.
Ther are some inshes within the harborie … upon which stand some corfe houses or lodgings belonging to the salmond fishers, for laying up ther salmond 1683 Fawside Coal Compt 227.
Wncost 8 December, … 3 karts coall to the lodgeing 03: 04: 0 1684 Ib. 120.
5 wicks wncost 26 Janry, … Item to the lodgeing tuo karts coalls 02: 11: 4
You may wish to vary the format shown below depending on the citation style used.
"Lodging n.". Dictionary of the Scots Language. 2004. Scottish Language Dictionaries Ltd. Accessed 9 Dec 2023 <http://www.dsl.ac.uk/entry/dost/lodging>