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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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cadgie, cadgy, cagy, caigey, codgie, kedge, kedgie, kedgy, kedgy,
cadgy [ˈkadʒi, ˈkedʒi, ˈkɛdʒi]
adj. Cheerful, in good spirits, friendly, eager, willing.
adv. Cheerfully.
cadie, cady,
cadie [ˈkedi]
n. A mans cap.
Cadyou,
Cadyou [ˈkadju]
pn. Cadzow (South Lanarkshire).
caff, caffsake, caff-seck, cauf, cauff, cawf, kaff, kawf,
caff [kaf, kɔːf]
n. Chaff.
v. To free from the husk.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
caff-seck: A mattress filled with chaff.
cag, caig, caug, kag, kaug,
cag [ka(ː)g, kɑg, SW. keg]
n. A keg, stomach, belly.
cage,
cage [kedʒ]
n. A cage.
cahoochie, cahoochy, cahootchie, cahootchy, cahoutchie,
cahootchie [kaˈhutʃi]
n. (Indian) Rubber.
cabin, caibie, caibin, kaibie, kaibin,
caibie [NN.b. ˈkebi]
also MN. caibin
n. A hen's stomach, the crop of a fowl.
caibin, caybeen,
caibin [kebɪn]
n. A cabin. A kind of flat-topped bread roll.
caibe, caibinet, caibnet,
caibinet [keb(ɪ)nət]
n. A cabinet.
contracted caibe A cabinet-maker.

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