She wouldn't be found dead saying 'hoot, awa', 'or 'come ben.'
I think whiles I'm jist like are o' them 'at ye ca' deid: I'm no awa; I'm only deid!
He has gart me wise it awa to Charlie, and well hae nathing as lang as Kilmarkeckle lives, but scant and want and beggary.
I wad hae been up and awa lang syne gien it hadna been for them!'
One of the priests would then take the awa cup, drink the contents, and quickly take food.
I'm wearin' awa fast, but I'll no' leave ye till the morn, I'm dootin'.
(there was now a loud knocking at the door;) "awa wi' ye to the kitchen!"
Instead of giving a civil reply, "Oh," he said, "Aberdeen awa'!"
For several years she never was hersel' again, and just seemed dwinin' awa.
Everything connected with awa had for them a cherished value.