[ baw-druhnz ]

  1. a cat.

Origin of baudrons

1400–50; late Middle English (Scots ) balderonis; perhaps akin to Middle English badde cat

Words Nearby baudrons Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use baudrons in a sentence

  • There was once an old grey Pussy baudrons, and she went out for a stroll one Christmas morning to see what she could see.

    The Scottish Fairy Book | Elizabeth W. Grierson
  • Hornie did the Laigh Kirk watchJust like a winking baudrons.

  • When I opened the bag, baudrons escaped with a good dusting of flour on his fur.

    The Pilots of Pomona | Robert Leighton
  • And though she does not deal in witchery, you might bring her to part with baudrons.

    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