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The Online Scots Dictionary — Read the Scots Dictionary

Scots is the Germanic language, related to English, spoken in Lowland Scotland and Ulster, not the Celtic language Gaelic!
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abait, abate,
abate [əˈbet]
v. To decline or fall off. To beat down, bring low, suppress or overthrow. To lessen, diminish, to take off, deduct.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
abatement: Relaxation, recreation, amusement. Reduction, decrease.
ab, abb, abbid, abbit, abed, ob, obb,
abb [I.Ork. ab, ɔb]
n. An impediment, hindrance or objection.
v. To hinder.
pt. pp. abbit
abbreviate,
abbreviate [əˈbriːvɪət]
leg. n. An abstract, an abridgement. A term used in adjudication and sequestration.
abe, a-be, abee, abie, let-a-bee,
abe [əˈbiː]
v. Let alone, let be, leave undisturbed.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
lat abe: Not to mention, much more, far less, let alone.
abeelitie, abeelity, abeilitie, abeility, inabeelitie, inabeelity, inabeilitie, inabeility,
abeelity [əˈbilɪtɪ]
n. Ability.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
inabeelity [ɪnəˈbilɪtɪ]: Inability.
abeech, abeich, abeigh, abeych, abiech, abiegh,
abeich [əˈbiç]
adv. Aloof, aside, away, apart from others.
abet,
abet [əˈbɛt]
v. To urge on, incite.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
abettin: Abetting.
abhor,
abhor [əbˈhoːr]
v. To feel repugnance or strong dislike. To fill with abhorrence.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
abhorrence: Abhorrence.
abhorrent: Abhorrent
abjeck, abject, abjek,
abject [əbˈdʒɛk(t)]
v. To cast away.
abjuir, abjure,
abjure [əbˈdʒuːr]
v. To recant (heresy etc.).

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