dought

[dout]

dow

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[dou, doh]
verb (used without object), dowed or dought [dout] /daʊt/, dow·ing. Scot. and North England.
  1. to be able.
  2. to thrive; prosper; do well.

Origin of dow

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before 900; Middle English dowen, doghen, Old English dugan to be worthy; cognate with German taugen; cf. doughty
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Dow

noun
  1. See Dou
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