What is OAD
OAD or Oad may refer to:
They carried them along up the lane where oad Nanny Lay had carried her tub two nights back, lighting their way with the lanterns.
Nobody never knowed what a darty fiel' was that hent seen oad Bob Wilker's.
He'd took care to see oad Tom safe down at the Smack Inn first; and up went he, sure o' findin' Nell alone.
Oad Cap'en Jollyfax fixed the brass swivel at twelve exact, to start the carollers, he said.
An' there began a little crowd by the door to see oad Jim a-cleanin' a doorstep; an' the crowd growed an' growed for half an hour before Mrs.
Well, a shade beyond that there's the Oad Joe, a sand you onny see at bottom o' spring tides.
He hides in some brambles, but t'oad chap gets nigher an' nigher an' presen'ly Stiles he sees he's about caught.
Then says she: 'I be such a worn-out oad 'ooman, an' this here house be that damp an' unwholesome I ain't done no washin' since fust the banns was putt up.
Oad Styles lasted about a month longer than Jim expected, but he went arter all, an' then there was another disappointment, for instead o' oad Jim they putt a widder into the house.