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Definition of Laund

Laund
Laund Laund (l[add]nd), n. [See Lawn of grass.] A plain sprinkled with trees or underbrush; a glade. [Obs.] In a laund upon an hill of flowers. --Chaucer. Through this laund anon the deer will come. --Shak.

Meaning of Laund from wikipedia

- They compete in the RFL Women's Super League, playing their home games at Laund Hill and double header matches with the men's team at the John Smith's Stadium...
- Old Laund Booth is a civil parish in the Pendle district of Lancashire, England. It has a po****tion of 1,459, and contains the villages of Fence and...
- years of age in 2009. The youngest dog to win was a Rough Collie named Laund Loyalty of Bellhaven, at nine months old in 1929. One dog, a Smooth Fox...
- north-west of central Huddersfield, and is bordered to the north-east by Laund Hill, Weather Hill and Low Hill and to the south-west by the natural scar...
- can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. Dresser was born at Laund House Farm, Huby in 1891. He was 25 years old, and a private in the 7th...
- Sunnybank Rough Collies. Pal, the first Rough Collie to portray L****ie. Ch. Laund Loyalty of Bellhaven, a nine-month-old Rough Collie who is the youngest...
- Bowland Forest courts appear to have been held at Hall Hill near Radholme Laund before moving to Whitewell sometime in the 14th century. The Industrial...
- Old Laund Booth is a civil parish in Pendle, Lancashire, England. It contains 17 listed buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for...
- a previously unregistered British dog won at Westminster using the name Laund Loyalty of Bellhaven, aged nine months in his only show on American soil...
- Herminde Sir Hervyse de la Forest Savage Sir Ironside (Knight of the Red Launds) Sir Kay l'Estrange (different than Kay le Seneschal) Sir Lambegus Sir Lamiel...