[ yird ]
/ yɪrd /
noun Scot. and North England.
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What does “yare” mean?
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Example sentences from the Web for yird
By this time the day, or rather evening, had darkened down, and the yird drift had become choaking and perplexing.
I wish our fonds were well oot of them, and in yird and stane, which is a constansie.The Ayrshire Legatees|John Galt