Some gipsy queen in haugh of the Tweed hath wooed thee out of thy affection for thy Isabel; and now thou askest what hath kept me.
At her marriage, your mother will of course live at the haugh with Sir William.
The great city of Babylon was built upon the haugh of a river.
Not on the haugh near the modern road by the railway, but higher up the hill, in the grounds of Urrard House.
Passing beyond it and its grounds, you arrived at Pardon Church haugh.
They died in the bower, and were buried in the Dranoch-haugh (Stronach haugh, 3.3), near the bank of the river Almond.
Mackay feared that Dundee would occupy this plateau, and that the fire thence would break up his own men on the haugh below.
East of the haugh and about opposite the north point of the transept, was the Charnel, a chapel with a warden and three chantries.
"A graund field o' barley," he says, and as sure as a 'm stannin' here, it wes the haugh field o' aits.'
In this state, the haugh is always deepening or increasing its soil, and has its surface heightened.