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English edit

Etymology edit

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Preposition edit


  1. out or outside

Quotations edit

For uissage exemples o this term, see Citations:furth.

Scots edit

Adjective edit

  1. outside, beyond

Usage notes edit

  • In phrases: furth o the toun, furth o the kintrae, (etc); outside the town, out of the country