noun \ˈwīnd\

Definition of WYND

chiefly Scottish
:  a very narrow street

Origin of WYND

Middle English (Scots) wynde, probably from wynden to wind, proceed, go, from Old English windan to twist — more at wind
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with WYND


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