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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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Californae, Californay, Californie, Californy,
Californie [ˈkalɪfɔrni, ˈkalɪfɔrne]
pn. California.
bit_callant, bitcallant, callan, callan$, callant, callen, cullan, cullen, gallant,
callant [ˈkalən(t), ˈkalənd]
n. A youth, a boy.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
bit callant: A young boy.
callar, calledin, calledin$, caller, callerin, callerness, cauler, cauller, cawler, kaller,
caller [ˈkalər, ˈkɔlər]
adj. Fresh, just caught or gathered. Cool, fresh, refreshing.
v. To freshen, cool.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
callerin: Freshening.
callerness: Freshness.
callis, callist, callus, callust,
callus [ˈkaləs]
n. A hardened or thickened part of the skin.
v. Of the Skin: to harden or thicken.
pt. pp. callust
calamy, calomy, calumy,
calomy [ˈkaləme]
n. Calomel.
calaw, calloo, caloo, calou, kaa$lu, kallu, kaloo,
calou [I. kaˈluː]
n. The long-tailed duck Clangula hyemalis or pintail duck Anas acuta.
v. to make a noise like the above.
calsh, calshich, calshie, kalchie, kelshie,
calshie [ˈkalʃi]
adj. Crabbed, ill-humoured, surly.
calumny [kəˈlumnɪet]
n. A false and slanderous statement.
 
calumniate
v. To make false and defamatory statements about.
cam, cam-, kam, kam-,
cam- [kam-]
pref. Used for forming adjectives signifying 'awry'.
camera, kemera, kemra,
camera [ˈkam(ə)rə]
n. A camera.

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