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Hagard(e, n. Also: hagyard. [Cf. ON. hey-garðr; also in later s.w. Sc. dialects as haggard, -art, hagyard.] A stack-yard. — 1590 Edinb. Test. XXI. 356.
In the Grange of Arduell standand in the hagard and in the barne xiiijxx bollis aittis, … in the hagarde or barne ȝarde … sax bollis beir
1688 Kirkcudbr. Test. (Reg. H.) 7 Mar.
For the rent of the crope in the hagyard

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