Origin of oud
Examples from the Web for oud
Shiminey Christmas, vos yer tink I vould listen ter some more ohf dem lies mitoud dot I trownd it oud alretty?Jack Wright and His Electric Stage;|"Noname"
The old town-hall (Oud Stadhuis), a Gothic building of the 15th century, is now used as a museum of antiquities.
If it were the deuce's own scribble, and yo' axed me to read in it for yo'r sake, and th' oud gentleman's, I'd do it.
But I vil get you oud all der same, if I can, vich I don'd know so much apoud, ash der door vas fastened tighter ash a brick.Fritz to the Front|Edward L. Wheeler
Thornton's as dour as a door-nail; an obstinate chap, every inch on him,—th' oud bulldog!'
British Dictionary definitions for oud
Word Origin for oud
Word Origin and History for oud
"lute or mandolin of Arab lands," 1738, from Arabic 'ud, literally "wood." Also cf. lute.