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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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C, sae, sai, say, sea, see, sie,
C [seː]
C, say
n. The third letter of the alphabet.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
aw-bay-say [ɑːbeːseː, -beːsiː, ɔː-, N. I. aː-], ABC: The alphabet.
caaf, caff, calf, cauf, kaff, kalf,
caaf [I.Sh. kaːf]
n. The innermost, soft part of rushes.
cab,
cab [kab]
v. To pilfer, filtch.
cabal, caballin, cabble, cabblin, gabal, gaval, gavaul, gavaull, gavaullin, gavawl,
cabal [MN. kəˈbal, kabl]
n. A group of people met together for chat and drinks, a violent dispute.
v. To quarrel, dispute.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
caballin: Quarrelling.
cabashen, cabbashen, caboschoun,
cabbashen [kəˈbaʃən]
n. A prescious stone uncut but polished.
cabbie, cabbielaab, cabbie-lab, cabbie-labbie, cabbi-labbi, cabby, cabby-lab, cabby-labby, eabby-labby, gabbie_labbie, gabbielabbie, gabbie-labbie, kabbie-labbie, kabbie-labby, kabbilabbi, kabbi-labbi, Kebbie-lebbie, kebby-lebby, labbie, labby,
cabbie-labbie [ˈkabi labi]
also cabbie-lab
n. An altercation or wrangling amongst a number of people speaking at the same time.
v. To altercate, to wrangle.
cabbitch, cubbage, cubbige, cubbij,
cabbitch [ˈkabɪtʃ]
n. A cabbage.
pl. cabbitches
cabble, cabbler, gabble,
cabble [ˈcabl, NEC. ˈgabl]
v. To cobble, repair shoes. To do something clumsily.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
cabbler: A cobbler.
cabbrach, cabrach, cabroche,
cabbrach [ˈkabrʌx, ˈkɔb-, ˈkɛb-]
n. A person of disagreeable temper and manners.
adj. Lean, scraggy.
cabe, caeb, caib, ceb, kabe, kaeb, kaib, keb, vaitti, vaity-cabe, vatikeb, vatkeb, vat-keb, vatty-kabe, vettikeb,
cabe [I.Sh. keb]
n. A tholepin or strong pin of wood for keeping an oar steady.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
halin cabe: The tholepin over which a fishing line is hauled in.
vaity-cabe: An upright piece of wood fixed on the gunwale of a fishing-boat and having a notch in which the fishing-line can run when being cast or hauled in.

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