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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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caerie, caeriein, caery, caeryin, cairie, cairied, cairiein, cairieit, cairie-on, cairie-oot, cairier, cairies, cairiet, cairit, cairrae, cairrie, cairried, cairriein, cairrien, cairrie-oot, cairries, cairriet, cairrit, cairry, cairryer, cairryin, cairryit, cairry-oan, cairryon, cairry-on, cairry-oot, cairy, cairyer, cairyin, cairy-on, cairy-oot, carey, carri$t, carrie, carried, carries, carriet, carry, carry, carry-oot, carry-out, caryar, cerrie, cerried, cerry, cerry-oan, cerryoot, cerry-oot, corey, kerrie, kerried, kerrier, kerries, kerriet, kerrit, kerry, kerry_oot, kerryin, kerry-oot, kerryt, kyeerie, kyeeried, miscaerie, miscaery, miscairrie, miscairry, miscairy, miskerry, on-cairry, oncairy, onkerry,
cairy [ˈkeːrɪ, ˈkɛrɪ]
n. A weight or burden. The motion of the clouds, the sky.
pl. cairies The clouds in motion.
v. To carry, conduct, escort, lead, make one's way, proceed, a lift in a vehicle.
pt. pp. cairit, cairied adj. Elated, conceited, delirious, not rational.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
cairier [ˈkeːrɪər, ˈkɛrɪər]: A carrier.
cairyin [ˈkeːriɪn, ˈkɛriɪn]: Carrying.
cairy-on: Behaviour, bustle.
cairy-oot: Take away food or drink especially alcohol.
miscairy: An unmarried pregnancy. To miscarry, fail to obtain the object of one's desire, to miss. pt. pp. miscairit, miscairied
oncairy: A fuss, carry-on.
cach, cache, cache-pole, cage, caitch, caitche, caitchpul, caitchpule, catchepoole, kaitchpull, kech, kedge, ketch, keytch, kytch,
caitch [katʃ, ketʃ, kedʒ]
also caitchpule [ˈkatʃpol, -pʌl, -pul]
n. The game of hand-tennis or field tennis.
Caithness, Caitnes, Caitness, Gollach, Kaitness,
Caithness [ˈkeθnəs, NN.b. I. ˈketnəs]
pn. Caithness.
 
Gollach A local term for an inhabitant of Caithness. From the Gaelic Gallach.
cahtion, caishen, caishous, caition, caitious, cashon, cashous, cation, catious, caution, cautioner, cautious, cooshin, cooshious, coushon, coushus, cowshin, cowshis, cowshun, cowshus, cowtion, kaishin, kaishous, kayshun,
caition [ˈkeʃ(ə)n, ˈkɑʃ(ə)n, MN. kʌuʃɪn]
n. Security, bail. A deposit, caution.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
caitious [ˈkeʃəs, ˈkɑʃəs, MN. kʌuʃəs]: Cautious.
caiver, caver,
caiver [ˈkeːvər]
v. To mumble.
bride$s_cake, bride_cake, bridecake, cake, cake$t, cake-it, cakes, cakit, ceke, chek, cyack, cyacks, cyak, ile-cake, kaik, kaikit, khoik, kyaak, kyaaks, pancake, taycake, teacake, tjoik,
cake [kek, MN. kja(ː)k]
n. A cake, an oat-cake.
pl. cakes Pieces of fancy-bread or currant loaf.
v. To cake.
pt. pp. cakit cake't
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
aitcake: Oatcake.
bride's cake: A wedding cake.
cou-cakes: The hogweed Heracleum sphondylium or parsnip Heracleum maximum.
Dundee cake: A kind of cheap gingerbread cake.
ile-cake: Oil cake for cattle.
pancake: Smaller and thicker than an English pancake, made by dropping batter on a griddle.
teacake: A biscuit with a marshmallow on top covered in chocolate.
calamity [kəˈlamɪte]
n. Calamity, misfortune.
calcium,
calcium [ˈkalsɪəm]
n. Calcium.
calculate, cal-skalate,
calculate [ˈkalk(j)əlet]
v. To calculate.
pp. calculate adj. Calculated, planned, designed.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
calculation: Calculation.
caleerie, caleery, clearied,
caleery [U. ˈkəliːre]
adj. Vain, full of mischief.

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