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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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ef, eff, F,
F [ɛf]
n. F, eff
n. The sixth letter of the alphabet.
fa, faa,
faa [I. faː]
n. The entrails of a slaughtered animal, used for sausages, etc.
fab, fob,
fab [fab]
n. A fob, a small pocket.
baw_face, bawface, faase-face, face, face$t, faced, facer, facey, facie, facin, facit, faice, fair-faced, fais, faiss, fause_face, fause-face, feece, feice, feyss, fis, fore-face, greetin$-faced, greetin-faced, greitin-faced, hingit-faced,
face [fes, NN.b. fəis]
n. The face. The surface of the ground.
v. To face towards.
pt. pp. face't [fest], faced
 
facie [ˈfesɪ]
adj. Bold, impudent, cheeky.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
baw face: Chubby face.
facer: A buffeting from the weather, a brimming glass of liquor.
facin: Facing.
fair-faced: Superficially polite, deceitful.
fause face: A face shaped mask.
five faces: MN. The moschatel Adoxa moschatellina.
fore-face: The iron framework forming the front of an old-fashioned fire-place.
greetin-faced: Sour-faced, moaning.
hangit-faced: Looking ripe for the gallows, gallows-faced, villainous.
reid faced: Ashamed.
set up a face: To assume an appearance, make a pretence.
soor-faced: Sour-looking.
whiteface MN. The thornback ray Raja clavata.
faceelitie, faceelity, faceilitie, faceiliy,
faceelity [ˈfəsilɪtɪ]
n. A facility.
facks, facksin, faks, faksin, fax,
facks [I.Sh. faks]
n. A foam-topped wave on the point of breaking.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
facksin: Waves breaking to form 'white-horses'.
fac, fac$, fack, facks, facs, fact, facts, fak, fake, feck, fect,
fact [fak(t)]
n. A fact. Make, shape, form.
pl. facts
adv. Indeed, really, truly.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
as fact as: As sure(ly) as, certain(ly) as.
factor, factorie, factorship, factory, faictor, faictorie, faictory, faictrie, faictry, faiktrie, fectory,
factor [ˈfaktər]
n. An agent or steward who manages land or house property for its proprietor, one who has charge of the administration of an estate. One appointed by a Court to manage forfeited, or sequestered property etc.
v. To act as factor or agent for an estate.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
factorship: The office of factor.
factory [ˈfaktərɪ]: A factory, the office or jurisdiction of a factor.
faculty,
faculty [ˈfakəlti]
n. Faculty, the members of a particular profession.
faddom, faddom$t, faddomed, faddomt,
faddom [ˈfadəm]
n. A fathom.
v. To fathom.
pt. pp. faddomt

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