rock. (1.) One of the five Midianite kings whom the Israelites defeated and put to death (Num. 31:8). (2.) A Benjamite (1 Chr. 8:30).
Well, zur, I doant know much about the shampoodling, but our ostler's used to clipping horses.
You're not fra Wales or the border counties, zur, that be very clear.'
Sure, zur, I been goin t the grounds off the Mull since I were seven years old.
We thought of stopping at zur, but there were no arrangements to care for us there.
I don't know, zur; I'll go down and sae the number, if ye plaze.
For the name of the sword see Liebrecht, zur Volkskunde, p. 500.
Reitzenstein: "Poimandres: Studien zur griechisch-gyptischen und frhchristlichen Literatur," 1904, p. 18.
We shall always stick to cap'n, zur, as we've done for many a day.
You need not be, zur; I'll gi' ye a belly full any day, wi' all my heart and soul.
Well, zur, was the amazing reply, I cuts my nails on a Monday.