Counsel: "I submit, Me lud, that it is germane to my case that the prisoner's upbringing might have—"
Not the same with the lud of verse 22, but from its associations plainly in Africa.
No, my lud, I never urge objections when I can't enforce them.
lud, brother to Cassibelan, again gave it his own name—Caer lud.
I propose to read it with the emendations necessary to the epistle of a gentleman who has been—shall we say dining, me lud?
Nineteen hundred and ninety-five, my lud; about the middle of the book.
"He's throwing himself on the mercy of the Court, me lud," said Jimmy.
lud Gate was repaired, and beautified with images of King lud and other monarchs.
When 'tis spoke of—for 'tis a favourite story—that little beast Tantillion hides her face behind her fan and cries, 'Oh, lud!
Of this benefactress of lud Gate, Maitland has the following legend.
(1.) The fourth son of Shem (Gen. 10:22; 1 Chr. 1:17), ancestor of the Lydians probably. (2.) One of the Hamitic tribes descended from Mizraim (Gen. 10:13), a people of Africa (Ezek. 27:10; 30:5), on the west of Egypt. The people called Lud were noted archers (Isa. 66:19; comp. Jer. 46:9).