adjective, noun, interjection, adverb Scot. and North England.
Definition for gude (2 of 2)
noun Scot. and North England.
Examples from the Web for gude
“The substance of the report is the most comprehensive accounting of what happened,” said Gude.
“At every step of the way, we know the CIA made this review more difficult than it needed to be,” said Gude.
Gude, speaking on behalf of Armbuster and other CAP bloggers, said it is wrong to suggest the group is anti-Israel.Intramural War of Words Raises Question of Who Loves Israel More|Linda Killian|January 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Gude described Lannister as “a dwarf who is not a mythical creature” as well as “the soul of the book.”
And Gude said that he reaches out to agents and publicists when he thinks someone is right for a role.
Gude be wi' auld langsyne, when our gutchers ate the trenchers.The Proverbs of Scotland|Alexander Hislop
Besides, the man's weel aneugh—na, a gude deal mair than that, if he was only a wee better clad.
"As gude as a better," quoth the orphan boy, and bade Bulger propel the tiny sphere in the direction of a neighbouring rivulet.
An' as for the thing that the Douglas darena do, gude faith, ye ken, I never saw it yet.The Three Perils of Man, Vol. 1 (of 3)|James Hogg
The deil an his adgents, they fash nane but the gude fock; the Cameronians, an the prayin ministers, an sic like.