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Meaning -and meaning

What does -and mean?

-and

(now, chiefly, dialectal, Scotland) Used to form the present participle of verbs, equivalent to -ing. (rare, or, no longer productive) A suffix of Anglo-Saxon origin forming adjectives from verbs analogous to -ing.

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