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wynd

[ wahynd ]
/ waɪnd /
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noun Chiefly Scot.
a narrow street or alley.
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Origin of wynd

1375–1425; late Middle English (Scots ) wynde,Old English gewind winding path. See wind2
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British Dictionary definitions for wynd

wynd
/ (waɪnd) /

noun
Scot a narrow lane or alley

Word Origin for wynd

C15: from the stem of wind ²
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