The Online Scots Dictionary

 Veesit oor Facebook page.  

Read through the dictionary!
Scots is the Germanic language, related to English, spoken in Lowland Scotland and Ulster, not the Celtic language Gaelic!

A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z  

Page 6 of 44 for the letter H

hake, haik,
hake [hek]
n. The hake.

Compounds and phrases etc.

herrin hake: the hake
Halbert, Hab, Habbie, Habby,
Halbert ['halbɛrt]
n. The personal name Halbert.
dim. Hab, Habbie ['habɪ]
hale, hail, haill, 'hale, halin, hailin, haillin, hailin, halin,
hale [hel]
n. A haul, especially of fish, the hauling in of nets.
v. To haul, drag, pull up, arrest a suspect, move quickly, Of heavy rain or perspiration: flow copiously, run down, pour.

halin
v. Hauling, dragging etc.

Compounds and phrases etc.

halin cabe I.Sh.: the thole-pin over which a fishing line is hauled in
halin-haund: NN.a. the port side
halin on: raining heavily
ower hale: to overtake
halibut, but, 'but,
halibut ['halɪbʌt]
contracted 'but
n. The halibut.

Compounds and phrases etc.

chicken 'but: the halibut
rock halibut: the saithe
hallae, hallow, halla, halli, Halloween, Hallowe'en, haleve, holleve, Hallaeday, Hallowday, halladay, halliday,
hallae ['halə, 'hale]
n. Hallow.

Compounds and phrases etc.

Hallaeday ['halade:, 'halede:]: Hallowsday, November 1st
Hallae e'en: Hallowe'en
halleve: U. Hallowe'en
Hallae-fire: a Hallowe'en fire
hallan, halland, hallant, hain, hollan, hallan-shakker, hallan-shaker, hallanshaker, hallanshanker, hallandshaker,
hallan ['halən, 'haɪn]
n. A inner wall or partition often forming a porch or passage, partition between the door and fire place, a pile of turf just outside the house. I. A hen roost. Space above a box bed.

Compounds and phrases etc.

hallan-shakker [-'ʃakər, -'ʃekər]: a sturdy beggar, a vagabond, tramp
hallan stane: threshold, doorstep, NN.b. a stone placed between cattle stalls in a byre to form a dividing wall
hallie, hally,
hallie ['halɪ]
n. The weekend.
hallion, hullion, halion, halian, halyon, hallions, hellion,
hallion ['haljən, 'hʌl-]
n. A rascal.