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agane Corpus occurrences Authors Lallans / Central Doric / Northern Orkney Shetland Southern Ulster
Occurences normalised per million words152.2 15 51.2 5.9 0 0 210.4 1139
Number of occurrences23245 2 0 0 18 167
Number of authors4 1 0 0 5 6

Occurrences of agane in Corpus

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Fenton, James On Slaimish, (Ullans Press 2009 ISBN: 9781905281299) Ulster, poetry
Bairded heid, dunt-duntin agane the gless, on page 8
It wud niver come that wie agane. on page 11
If iver Bab come bak agane on page 12
He said agane: on page 14
Oot agane, behin on page 16
Also on pages 23, 24, 34, 37, 51, 52
23 matches

Morrison-Smyth, Anne Alice's Carrants in Wunnerlan, (Evertype 2013 ISBN: 978-1-78201-011-1) Ulster - Ballymoney, prose
e stap a weethin ivery noo an agane tae mine hoo some wurds ir sp on page vi
shae wus gan tae git oot o it agane. on page 8
ctice tae say it ower an ower agane) "-ay, that's aboot the richt on page 9
ce stairtet taakin tae hirsel agane. "Dinah wull be lukin mad fur on page 10
l naw waak the wye A want tae agane! Let mae see, A'll gie thim a on page 16
Also on pages 17, 20, 22, 23, 24, 27, 29, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 40, 42, 45, 46, 50, 52, 53, 54, 57, 59, 60, 61, 64, 65, 69, 70, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 82, 86, 88, 91, 94, 95, 99, 102, 105, 106, 111, 115, 116, 117, 119, 122, 124, 125
91 matches

Ulster-Scots Language Society Tha Fower Gospels, (Ullans Press 2016 ISBN: 978-1-905281-25-1) Ulster, prose
s gaun tae be judged fer ït. Agane, Oniebodie that says tae hïs on page 5
tae yin an aa that ye'r weel agane!" on page 8
ma sarvin man wull be bettèr agane. Fer A ken hoo tae tak oardé on page 9
, sae as tae get bak tha same agane. But love yer enemies, dae gu on page 79
um an mak tha sarvin man weel agane. Whan the' cum tae Jesus, the on page 80
Also on pages 81, 85, 94, 96, 97, 98, 101, 103, 104, 106, 109, 111, 112
44 matches

Wilson, Rab Accent O the Mind, (Luath 2006 ISBN: 978-1905222322) Lallans - New Cumnock, poetry
Agane the pristine order in his wak on page 11
le o Scots, he walks amang us agane. Let him rug at yer sleeve, w on page 102
Or then agane, say he's hungert an grab's a on page 120
Then, Winter aince agane, whan naethin steirs. on page 149
Damnin me an Sis tae ettle agane. on page 151

7 matches

Fairnie, Robert Scots Tung WITTINS Nummer 168, (self-published 2007) Lallans, newspaper
Itchy Coo Beirs The Gree Agane
ae it wis back tae square een agane. But is time the mannie wisna
2 matches

Fairnie, Robert Scots Tung WITTINS Nummer 167, (self-published 2007) Lallans, newspaper
Noo an agane fowk stravaigit by an said, "
it'll gie me courage tae try agane. If the fowk that reads this
2 matches

Fairnie, Robert Scots Tung WITTINS Nummer 178, (self-published 2008) Lallans, newspaper
an a haundfu o bawbees noo an agane, juist eneuch tae keep a haun
e pamphlet is The Daith Tree. Agane Purdie taps intae his knawled
2 matches

Forde, Iain W D Taid o that Ilk (excerpt), (Fons Scotiae 2009) Lallans, prose
skrougit, an than he skrougit agane an skraibilt an skreived an s
rie, an wes keppit an hauddit agane.
vit aff an tuik til the airrs agane. “Dae ye ken, A hae nivver
e snekkler an tuik the skills agane. “Whit’s intilt?” axed
by ma best chaumer winnok; ir agane whan it aw draps awaw an scha
6 matches

Forde, Iain W D Hale Ir Sindries - Buik Twa, (Fons Scotiae 2000) Lallans, prose
attir. The dunnie wes fluidit agane.
wi the harrigals o grypes.” Agane, wi ilkane wird, shae swang a
ier-dugs on ye.” He leuchit agane, ti shaw the’r wesna onie
here it ower agane an Frizzel wes aiger ti len h
er nivver bene awnsert an cam agane ti the foir. Fur
20 matches

Fairnie, Robert Scots Tung WITTINS Nummer 177, (self-published 2008) Lallans, newspaper
ther chyngin ower tae read it agane in Scots unless they want tae
A catch him sendin you ashore agane tae get his tea, A'll hae him
2 matches

Manson, John Chuckies fir the Cairn, (Luath 2009) Southern - Dumfries, poetry
I've fund ye agane
I canna find them agane; I’ve tint them,
I canna find them agane; I haed them,
syne luikit fur them agane, murnan at masel.
d the lips, I canna find them agane.
6 matches

MacMillan, Angus Chuckies fir the Cairn, (Luath 2009) Southern - Dumfries, poetry
the island breathes agane.
1 matches

Ross, Derek Chuckies fir the Cairn, (Luath 2009) Southern - Dumfries, poetry
The forest is winnin agane
1 matches

Wilson, Rab Chuckies fir the Cairn, (Luath 2009) Southern - Dumfries, poetry
Agane the pristine order in his wak
Then, Winter aince agane, whan naethin steirs.
waxin muin wull bigg thaim up agane;
gruppie heir can tak it back agane
4 matches

Robinson, Philip Oul Licht, (Ullans Press 2017) Ulster - Larne, poetry
A thocht A seen him yinst agane
An agane.
Ma sowl he aye pits richt agane; An gars me aye tae traik
3 matches

Fairnie, Robert Scots Tung WITTINS Nummer 142, (self-published 2005) Lallans, newspaper
yet agane. The play taks the form o a S
1 matches

Fairnie, Robert Scots Tung WITTINS Nummer 175, (self-published 2008) Lallans - Musselburgh, newspaper
readin buiks for bairns. Here agane, the appetite for readin oor
eorge 'Spanky' Farrell, meets agane bi chance. Chance juist happe
2 matches

Connor, Charles P. Lallans 59 - The Queen’s Shull’n, (Lallans Magazine 2004) Lallans - Fife, prose
He rounkilt Wullie’s heid agane. “It’s aw the faut o thon
1 matches

Johnson, Mary Lallans 59 - Kieran an Aidan, (Lallans Magazine 2004) Doric - Aberdeenshire, prose
Iss mornin, ey hid cuist oot agane. Anither reerie. Naethin byor
1 matches

Johnson, Mary Lallans 59 - Furst Time, (Lallans Magazine 2004) Doric - Aberdeenshire, prose
st roon the bag an he wiz oot agane, rinnin doon the drive, jooki
1 matches

Rodger, Matt The Borth’ick Waitter, (SCOTS Corpus 2003) Southern - Roxburgh, prose
it nicht an shut eet agane whan hei gaed roond his sheep
mynd richt wis ane o thum, an agane, gin A mynd richt, Agness mar
Agane, Morvin Wricht’s wey o’t
hanker, Yid wis his auld sel agane. A mynd on ‘um yae Seturday
n A’ve nivver been the same agane sinsyne. Whit ae howp, whit
6 matches

Fenton, James The Lade, (Ullans Magazine 2001) Ulster, prose
rded rottin o his blak plums, agane the scholars’ glammin hans.
yir man hae wunthered, jumpin agane aply, whut come o the fait hi
ogged it bak a wee; lut it fa agane; an lucked for a troot whuppi
3 matches

Gibson, Darren Oul money, (Ullans Magazine 2013) Ulster, prose
penny and finally half o thon agane caa’ed a fardin.
1 matches

Spence, Laura Tha Thoarn Tree, (Ullans Magazine 2013) Ulster, prose
asnae guid. Grace was wi wean agane an wee Dan cud dae wi a bit o
p, an tha bricht muin cum oot agane. John an Grace luk’t in at
2 matches

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