|Author:||William Craigie,A. J. Aitken,James A. C. Stevenson,Harry D. Watson|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press (October 14, 1993)|
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DOST was compiled over a period of some eighty years, from 1931–2002.
It touches every facet of medieval and renaissance Scottish life and society and supplies a wealth of illustration in the . Volume 6, Po-Quh: Parts 32-36 combined. Sir William Craigie, A. Aitken, and James A. Stevenson. Aberdeen University Press.
It touches every facet of medieval and renaissance Scottish life and society and supplies a wealth of illustration in the form of quotations accompanying every word and meaning it discusses.
Sir William Craigie, A. Comprehensive coverage providing information on every aspect of medieval and renaissance Scottish life and society. Entries record the word's earliest known use, as well as later examples which help trace the words development. A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue from the Twelfth Century to the End of the Seventeenth. Volume 7, Qui-Ro: Parts 37-41 combined.
Craigie, William A. (William Alexander), Sir, 1867-1957. Chicago, Ill. : The University of Chicago Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;.
Sir William Alexander Craigie was a philologist and a lexicographer. From 1916 to 1925 he was also Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon in the University of Oxford.