guid

/ (ɡyd, ɡɪd) /


adjective
  1. a Scot word for good

Words Nearby guid

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How to use guid in a sentence

  • Her guid boots jist yince on her feet are in her room, a' cleaned jist as she took them off the last time she had them on.

    The Underworld | James C. Welsh
  • If I want religion I've a guid richt to hae it; an' forby, if they abolish religion, hoo wad folk do wi' the funerals?

    The Underworld | James C. Welsh
  • Mysie gane, an' guid kens where she is, an' John ta'en awa' jist when oor battle was beginnin' to get easier.

    The Underworld | James C. Welsh
  • My dagger is in my belt, and with the guid broadsword at my side I can with one blow cut a man in twain!

  • It's because my fowk's been sae guid, you an' Hendry an' Leeby an' Joey when he was livin'.

    A Window in Thrums | J. M. Barrie