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Name: Rose Munro 1/22/2005
Email: romunro63@yahoo.com
Hamepage: None
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt:

Hi, I am Rose Lohman. I want people who can teach me this 
scots language.  PLEASE!!!!


Name: Sheryl Kauspedas 1/22/2005
Email: sherylkay@msn.com
Hamepage: 
URL: http://www.allmyheroes.net/
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt: GREETIN'S FROM A YANK

Love this website... I find the Scottish language, history, 
people, customs....everything fascinating and would like to 
learn more.  I'm looking for a pen pal to teach me about 
Scotland.  Hope to hear from someone!


Name: MacMirza 1/22/2005
Email: sa2010@lycos.com
Hamepage: Scotlandia.com - Sarajevo branch of Tartan Army Scotland
URL: http://www.scotlandia.com/
Airtit bi: A Freend.
Airt: Just a wee note!

Awrabest!

Alba Gu Brath!

MacMirza fae Sarajevo


Name: Peter Scougale 1/17/2005
Email: peterscougale@hotmail.com
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt: Statistic check

I'm an American Scot (more so Scot than anything else, 
though not half) and unfortunately the only second language I 
can speak is Spanish.  I read recently that according a 1996 
estimate by the General Register Office for Scotland, 30% of 
the Scottish population actually speaks Scots.  Do you 
consider this accurate?  If not, what percentage of Scots do 
you estimate does speak Scots?


Name: Brownson Murray 12/22/2004
Email: bmurray@prodigy.net
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: A Sairch Ingine.
Airt:

Sorry for the English but this Scot in Michigan is several 
generations removed from Peebleshire.  Please define the 
word "jock" in this greeting from a third cousin (once 
removed) on a Christmas card from Scotland  with holly, fir 
cones, ivy, and mistletoe on the front-- " A little bit of jock 
flavour."   Thanks.  Lang may yir lum reek--2005.
[If you're curious I'll tell you what the word means in North 
America.]

Wabmaister: Jock is the Scots form of the name Jack. Used as a generic
term for a Scotsman thus also meaning Scottish.


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