Others, though, trained on Lange-ian principles, will rill rise and fill the gap.
An' now I understood 'em like I see 'em for the first time, rill face to face.
Written invites, she rags out in her rill best dress, for parties.
Both were carried back to the rill on hurdles, and the doctor was sent for.
The yard's all lit up nice, like fer comp'ny,' she says, rill pleased.
I'd go with ye an' introduce ye ter 'rill Scattergood if I didn't have so much to do.
The minister's wife'd be rill glad to hev you come,' I says.
On every thorn delightful wisdom grows; / In every rill a sweet instruction flows.
An' Elspie, she let Eb out the front door herself, like they was rill folks.
I've always heard that little pitchers had big ears, and many a rill runs to the sea.
"small brook, rivulet," 1530s, from or related to Dutch and Frisian ril, Low German rille "groove, furrow, running stream," probably from Proto-Germanic *ril- (cf. Old English rið, riþe "brook, stream," which survives only in dialects), a diminutive form from PIE root *reie- "to run, flow" (see Rhine).