Elfame

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Scots[edit]

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Elfame

  1. Fairyland
    • 1576, Robert Pitcairn ed. (1833), Criminal Trials, Vol. 1, Part. 2 (link), page 53:
      Thai war the gude wychtis that wynnit in the Court of Elfame

References[edit]

“Elfame” in Sir William Alexander Craigie, Adam Jack Aitken, James AC Stevenson and Margaret G. Dareau, A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue: From the 12th Century to the End of the 17th, OUP, 2002.