dedimus, ded′i-mus, n. a writ commissioning one not a judge to act as a judge—from its first word.
In ded the respect The estimation which men had of the archbishop of Yorke.
I had a brudder libbing in de low parrish of Nansemond county, but he is ded.
"I ded'n think there was nothin' to think about," was Tommy's reply.
Not as you may say oal to wance he ded'n kill her, but little by little.
He wor watching you when you dedn't knaw et, down there, I'll be bound.
Quartet (the sixteenth) for two violins, viola, and 'cello, in F major; ded.
So tht wyth strengthe of their assaut, ded was quene Eleyne.
ded 'ee ever hear tell ov a man up to Lunnon who slept with a badger?
Trio for piano, clarionet (or V.), and violoncello, in B flat; ded.