A large wooden vessel for carrying water, especially one to be carried on a pole between two people. (noun)
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Use "soe" in a sentence
"Next time lest putts yer name soe we ken goez fase to fase on diss."
"The ffont was of marble and Indeed soe is all buildings here for their stone is all a sort of Marble, some Coarser some finer."
"These hills wch they Call Ffurness Ffells a long Row Continued some miles, and some of them are Call'd Donum ffells and soe from the places they adjoyne to are named, but they hold the whole length of the water wch is 10 mile; they have fome parts of them that has wayes that they Can by degrees in a Compass ascend them and so they go onward."