Definition of guid in English:

guid

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Pronunciation: /ɡɪd
 
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noun

Scottish form of good.
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  • This was exactly my grandmother's time, and her guid Scots tongue was evidently inside me waiting to be tapped.
  • Instead it will be renamed the Gey Gordons, ‘gey’ being a guid Scots word for ‘a good amount’.
  • The guid folk of Airdrie should embrace and celebrate Ms Mitchell's talent and begin immediately the quest for a worthy successor to this largely unsung heroine.

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