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Definition funny of Byre:
To be 'raging', or drunk/unreasonably angry all the time
"omg, she was like, totally byres"
A Typo of the word bye
Friend: Okay byre Me: Byre? Friend: I meant bye
Songs about Byre:
Muckin' O' Geordies Byre by Andy Stewart from the Album Andy Stewart's Scotland
Muckin' O' Geordies Byre / Atholl Highlanders by Eric Rigler Bill Garden Orchestra from the Album The Braveheart Trilogy
Lucinda Byre by Michael Head and the Red Elastic Band from the Album Artorius Revisited
Margaret Brown's Favorite/ The Muckin' O'Geordies Byre/Lango Lee (Celtic Highlands Album Version) by John Mock from the Album Celtic Highlands
Mockin' O'geordie's Byre by Jean Redpath from the Album Song Of The Seals
The Muckin' O' Geordie's Byre by Andy Stewart from the Album The Lismor 21st Anniversary Album
(Strip the Willow) / The Muckin O' Geordies Byre / Athol Highlanders / The Skyeman's Jig / 10th HliCrossing The... by Haud Yer Lugs Ceilidh Band from the Album Strip The Willow - Ceilidh Classics
Books about Byre:
The Families of Moir and Byres by Gill and Andrew John Mitchell (Aug 20, 2014)
Of Cow Byres and Elephants by Roger Stapenhill (Sep 11, 2013)
In the Byre -Woman, Cow, Calf - Vintage Print Illustration 1937 by Fredrick Austin (1937)
Byres Road by John Robertson and Rachel Pateman (1987)
Byres and Cellars by Mordaunt John Vivian (Feb 1985)
Agrarian Questions: Essays in Appreciation of T. J. Byres (Library of Peasant Studies) by Henry Bernstein and Tom Brass (Nov 3, 1996)
Lindsay Peerages. Case On Behalf of Sir John Trotter Bethune ... On His Claim to the Honours and Dignities of... by Proc, Vict, . Parliament Lords (Aug 31, 2012)
Wiki information Byre:
The Byre Theatre is a theatre in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland, originally founded in 1933 by Charles Marford, an actor and Alexander B Paterson, a local journalist and playwright, with help from a theatre group made up from members of Hope Park Church,...
A byre-dwelling or Wohnstallhaus is a farmhouse in which the living quarters are combined with the livestock and/or grain barn under the same roof. This kind of construction is found in archaeological sites in northwestern Europe from the Bronze age....