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abbreviation (in Britain, formerly)
Ordinary National Diploma
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  • ond hyn a wn, cenid hwy ar yr hen aelwydydd fel caneuon hwian.

    Yr Hwiangerddi Owen M. Edwards
  • ond was it for sic a goovernment as ye hae noo, that ye gaed up your bonnie lad to dee?

    The Broken Sword Dennison Worthington
  • Let me kiss you, my lassie, ond touch your bonnie hair with my auld stiffened fingers.

    The Broken Sword Dennison Worthington
  • ond ic bebiode on Godes naman thæt nan mon thone æstel from thære bec ne do, ne tha boc from thæm mynstre.

  • Unscutcheoned, un-skuch′ond, adj. having no escutcheon or claim to such.

  • M'sieur Morin, he leave thoze li'l peezes papier in those table, and say ver' much 'bout money thass hard for me to ond'stan.

    Roads of Destiny

    O. Henry
  • ond mae yn eglur nas gall neb feistroli iaith estronol heb gymorth geiriaduron.

    A Pocket Dictionary William Richards

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