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A-land, - All-cheering,
Auburn, probably == whitish, flaxen: “heads some brown, some black, some a.” Cor. II, 3, 21 (F1 Abram). “her hair is a., mine is perfect yellow,” Gentl. IV, 4, 194 (Florio, Ed. 1611: Alburno, a fish called a Blaie or Bleake. Also the white, the sappe or softest part of any timber subject to worm-eating. Also that whitish colour of women's hair which we call an Alburne or Aburne colour).