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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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cabbiclaw, cabbi-claw, cabbie, cabbie_claw, cabbie-claw, cabbie-claw, cabelew, cabylou, kabbelow, kabbi, kabbie, kabbilow,
cabelew [keblu]
n. N. I.Sh. A cod Gadus morhua which has been salted and hung for a few days but not thouroughly dried.
dim. I.Sh. cabbie A small cod.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
cabbie-claw: Salted cod served with eggs, potatoes and parsley.
caber, cabers, cabre, gaaber, gaabert, gabber, gabbert, gaber, gauber, gaubert, jabbard, kebar, kebars,
caber [ˈkebər, ˈkabər, ˈgebər, ˈgabər]
n. A long, heavy pole. A beam, rafter. arch. A lean horse.
cabil, cable, capill,
cable [kebl]
n. A cable.
cach, cach_haunit, cack, cack_handit, cacket, cack-haundit, cackie, cackit, cockie, cockies,
cack [kak]
also cackie
v. To defecate.
pt. pp. cackit
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
cack-haundit: Left-handed.
Cadder_Bank, Cadderbank, Cauderbank,
Cadderbank [ˈkadərbaŋk]
pn. Calderbank (North Lanarkshire).
caddie, caddy, cadie, cady, caudy, coddy,
caddie [kadi]
n. A cadet, carrier, bearer, messenger, fellow.
allie-caddie, aulie_caddie, caddie, caddy, kaddi, kaddie, kaddy, kadi, kiddie, kiddy,
caddie [I. kadi]
n. An orphan or pet lamb. An ill-natured or mischievous person, a spoilt child.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
aalie caddie: An orphan or pet lamb.
caddie, caddis, caddy, cadis, cudis, keddis,
caddis [ˈkadɪs, ˈkɛdɪs]
also caddie [ˈkadɪ]
n. Shreds of material, rags, a wad of cloth in an ink bottle, fluffy dust.
cadence [ˈkedəns]
n. Rhythm or metre.
caager, cadge, cadger, cadgie, cadgin, caitch, codge, gadger, kedge, keytch,
cadge [kadʒ]
v. To hawk or peddle wares. To beg, sponge. To carry loads, parcels etc. To shake, knock about, jostle.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
cadger [kadʒər]: A hawker, carrier, disagreeable person. dim. cadgie
cadgin: Hawking or peddling wares. A jolt.

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