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Scots is the Germanic language, related to English, spoken in Lowland Scotland and Ulster, not the Celtic language Gaelic!
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absolute,
absolute [əbˈsolut]
adj. Absolute.
adv. Absolutely, without reserve.
absteen, absteener, abstein,
absteen [ˈəbstin]
v. Abstain.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
absteener: Abstainer.
abstersion, abstertion,
abstersion [əbˈstɛrʃən]
n. The act of wiping clean.
abstrack, abstrackness, abstracness, abstract, abstractness, abstrak, abstrakness,
abstract [ˈəbstrak(t)]
n. v. adj. Abstract.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
abstractness: Aloofness.
absurd,
absurd [əbˈsərd]
adj. Utterly or obviously senseless, illogical, or untrue, contrary to all reason or common sense. Laughably foolish or false.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
absurdity: The quality or state of being ridiculous or wildly unreasonable.
abilyement, abilzement, abuilyiement, abuilyiements, abuliment, boilimint, boilimints, bölliment, bölliments, bölliments, builiment, builiments, builliment, builliments, builyiement, bullaments, habilement, habiliment, habillement, habuliment,
abuilyiement [əˈbøl(j)ɪmənt, əˈbulɪmənt, əˈbʌlɪmənt, U. əˈbɔɪlɪmɪnt, MN. əˈbʌljəmənt, əˈbɔlɪmənt]
often contracted builyiement also habuliment.[ˈhabəlɪmənt]
n. arch. A garment or equipment.
pl. abuilyiements Accoutrements, arms, odds and ends, one's belongings.
$boon, abain, abane, abeen, abeun, abin, abinn, abön, abøn, abone, aboon, abuin, abuinn, abun, abune, abüne, atheen, banehoos, beener, beenmaist, bonhus, bønhus, bønus, booner, boonmaist, büanhoos, buiner, buinhoose, buinmaist, bunehouse, bunemaist, bunemost, buner, bunermaist, bünhus, ibøn, ubuin,
abuin [S. SN. I. əˈbøn, SW. NEC. əˈbyn, C. U. əˈbɪn, U. əˈben, N. U. əˈbin]
adv. Of place: above, overhead, in the sky, higher up. Superior to fate, in good cheer, in or into a better condition.
comp. buiner
superl. buinmaist [-mest]
prep. Above, over, higher than, louder than, higher up. More than, in number, quantity or degree, over and above.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
abuin aw: Above all.
buinhoose: I.Sh. A fisherman's tabu-word for a church.
get abuin: To recover from an illness or disappointment etc., get over.
win abuin: Get over, overcome.
abaize, abeese, abeeze, abuise, abyaise, disabeese, disabuise, disabuse,
abuise [S. SN. I. əˈbøːz, C. U. əˈbeːz, N. əˈbiːz]
v. To abuse. For the n. see abuiss.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
disabuise: To misuse, damage, to mar, to spoil. pt. disabuised.
abeess, abuiss, abyiss, disabuiss,
abuiss [S. SN. I. C. əˈbøːs, əˈb(j)ɪs, N. əˈbis]
n. Abuse. For the v. see abuise.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
abuissive: Abusive.
disabuiss: Damage, bad usage.
aboond, aboondance, abund, abundance,
abund [əˈbʌn(d)]
v. To abound.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
abundance: An abundance, enough.
abundant: More than enough.
abundantly: In large quantities or amounts.
abundin: Abounding.

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