douth
Pronunciation Noun

douth (uncountable)

  1. (obsolete) Virtue; excellence; atheldom; nobility; power; riches.
  2. (obsolete) A group of people, especially a army or retinue.
  3. (dialectal) Reliability; ease; security; shelter.
    There's no[sic] much douth in a wire fence.
Adjective

douth

  1. (dialectal) Snug; comfortable; in easy circumstances.
Noun

douth (plural douths)

  1. Alternative form of dought



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