mowded, mauded verb, past tense murdered: Mony a peer Traveller biding their leaf alane were mowded and never heard aboot again. [Many poor Travellers living alone were murdered and never heard of again.] 20-. Compare moud1 etymology: perhaps connected with Scots mould ‘bury, inter’; attested by SMG in TDITA, SR; form mauded attested by ET note:

Form mowded attested by Canadian Paul Pope (2013) with the meanings ‘dead; fed up’.