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First published 2001 (DOST Vol. X).
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To-baith, To-bayth, v. [To- prefix2 and Bath(e v.] To wet copiously. — 1513 Doug. xii xii 67.
Abundans of blude stremys owt, That can do wesch bedy, or all to baith [Sm. to bayth] Thar grym rekkis

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