verb (used with object)
Origin of airt
Examples from the Web for airts
Anywhere—nowhere—everywhere; to 'all the airts the wind can blaw.'The Christian|Hall Caine
These two stanzas were written as a continuation of Burns's popular song, "Of a' the airts the wind can blaw."
Our bedrooms are dismal dens, open to "a' the airts the wind can blaw," half furnished, and not by any means half clean.Records of Later Life|Frances Ann Kemble
Ere the morning light, the war-arrow was split into four splinters, and carried out to the four airts, through all Kesteven.Hereward, The Last of the English|Charles Kingsley
As the winds were coloured like the airts from which they blew, it was believed that they could be influenced by coloured objects.Ancient Man in Britain|Donald A. (Donald Alexander) Mackenzie