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First published 1990 (DOST Vol. VII).
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(Reule,) Rewle, n.2 (Var. of Revell n.2, with loss of the intervocalic spirant.) — a1500 K. Hart 736.
Richt sall nocht rest me alway with his rewle [= Reule n.1], Thocht I be quhylum bowsum, as ane waile I salbe cruikit quhill I mak rewle

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