[baw-druh nz]

noun Scot.

a cat.

Nearby words

  1. baudelocque's operation,
  2. baudouin,
  3. baudouin de courtenay,
  4. baudouin i,
  5. baudrillard,
  6. bauer,
  7. bauer's syndrome,
  8. bauer, georg,
  9. bauera,
  10. baugh

Origin of baudrons

1400–50; late Middle English (Scots) balderonis; perhaps akin to Middle English badde cat Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for baudrons

  • And though she does not deal in witchery, you might bring her to part with Baudrons.

    The Pilots of Pomona|Robert Leighton
  • When I opened the bag, Baudrons escaped with a good dusting of flour on his fur.

    The Pilots of Pomona|Robert Leighton
  • Two men were then sent below to search for Baudrons, and I waited for their return.

    The Pilots of Pomona|Robert Leighton