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  • ...idh'' or "waulking song", the work, primarily by women, involving shrinking wool for cloth with the songs an aid to the labor. Kennedy-Fraser & Macleod ('''Songs of the Hebrides'''), 1909; p. 106.
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  • ...te sex to convene away from the eyes of the village. Jamieson’s dictionary (1825) also defines “waulking o’ the fauld” as “the act of watching the sheep-fold, about the end of summer, when the lambs ...shepherd’s task} where it appears as "My Peggy is a young thing, just entered in her teens." This song appears to have been first published in the second edition of '''Orpheus Caledonius''' (1733), while Surenne ('''Songs of Scotland'''), 1852; pp. 120–121.
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  • ...uaidh or "waulking song", the work, primarily by women, involving shrinking wool for cloth with the songs an aid to the labor.
    921 bytes (131 words) - 19:44, 6 January 2017