lass[ las ]SEE DEFINITION OF lass
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LASS
Had the lass been kind I should have fired one gun, that you might know it.'
Weel, what think ye o' the lass by this time, Mr. Bletherwick?
Saying this he put the cup the lass had offered him to his lips.
"It's just t'edge o' dark, lass," said Matthew to Rotha while filling his pipe.
But I must be off, lass; for I've the horses to get ready, forby the shortness of the time.
"Your father is nothing but an ache and a stound to you, lass," Sim would say in a whimper.
I'd be nothing but an ache and a stound to the lass, as I've olas been—nothing but an ache and a stound to them all.
"I mind me when my own lass was no bigger nor this," said Sim.
What like of a man was he, lass—him as took off the little fellow?
I reckon they're mistook as to the lass, but I've come to see for mysel'.