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Name: Stephen Keen 8/17/2007
Email: stephen1029@gmail.com
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.

Good wee site! My grandmother was born in Scotland with last
name Darry and she married an Aitken. If you have those
names I'd love to hear from ye. Sorry my Scot is not good
(is it Scots, Scotch or Scottish?)

Name: Janice 8/6/2007
Email: Nash
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.

I visited Scotland in May of this year. Loved it and plan many 
more visits. I have lost the interest to see any other country in 
the world. My Lindsay roots run deep I imagine as I felt like I 
had truly gone home. When I go back, I really want to be able 
to speak and understand the Scots language. Thanks for this 

Name: graham wood 7/30/2007
Email: grahamwood_ferry@yahoo.couk
Hamepage: rockingjock
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.

trying to identify birds in scotland when scots was used, 
found site very good so far if anyone can help with names of 
birds would be very thankfull for any info

Try: Robin Jackson & David Mitchell, 'A Guide to Scots Bird Names', 
Ptarmigan Press, Aberdeenshire (ISBN 1 872054 40 4)

Name: tasakou demetra 7/11/2007
Email: tasakoud@gmail.com
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.

Thank you so much!I'm a greek person trying to learn the scotch 
tounge(started few days ago,as soon as I found out about your 
website).My greatest interest,I think, is about civilisation and its 
maintenance.Having a rich cultural background myself,would I 
truly be a greek if I wasn't full of curiosity to find out what's going 
on around me?Surely not.My favourite mythological personality
is Ulysses for many reasons but,particularly,grace to this great 
trick of his with the Troian horse...Why study the past if not to be 
inspired about the present?I'm a greek person who holds a basic 
degree in philosophy but teaches english for a living(by far,not 
my favourite 
language but it's the most useful one to serve communication 
purposes).If any of you would like to try e-mailing to me,you 
would be more than welcome.
                                           'Fair faw' to Alba,Demetra from

Name: Paul 6/26/2007
Email: pesback@hotmail.com
Hamepage: Consonant
URL: http://www.consonant.co.uk/translator/
Airtit bi: A Sairch Ingine.

If anyone would like to try my Scots translator (at the web 
address above), I'd be very grateful for any feedback! You can 
translate text or even whole websites. It's a pretty basic 
version of Scots but I think it gives you a flavour..

Its waur nor the Whoohoo! translator and that ane isna 
awfu guid aither. 
A flavour o whit? Yer sair want o ken o whit Scots is? The Wabmaister.

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