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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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fadge,
fadge [fadʒ]
n. A faggot, bundle of sticks, a wheat loaf, potato-bread.
fae, faedom, faeman, faemen, faes, feydom,
fae [feː]
n. A foe, enemy.
pl.faes
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
faedom: Enemies.
faeman: An armed adversiary, a foeman. pl. faemen.
faam, faem, faemed, faemin, faemt, faim, faimed, faimin, fam, famed, famm, feam, foam,
faem [feːm]
n. Foam, froth, spray, spume. The sea.
v. To foam, froth, to gush, to boil with rage.
pt. pp. faemt, faemed
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
faemin: Foaming etc.
fag, fagged, fagget, faggie, faggit, faggy,
fag [fag]
v. To fail from weariness, to flag, falter.
pt. pp. faggit adj. worn out, tired.
 
faggy [ˈfagɪ]
adj. Tiring, wearisome.
fag, fagg,
fag [WC. fag]
n. A sheep tick.
faggald, faggot, flaggat,
faggot [ˈfagət]
also faggald [ˈfagəl(d)]
n. A faggot. A bundle. A large or excessive amount. A term of abuse usually applied to a woman or a child implying clumsiness, slatternliness or exasperating behaviour.
faiger, feger, fegger, foger,
faiger [I.Sh. ˈfegər]
n. A fishermen's tabu-name for the sun.
faicked, faik, faiked, faiket, faikit, fecket, fyawked,
faik [fek]
v. To abate, to lower the price or sum of money. To spare, excuse, to give or take a respite, to let go with impunity.
pt. pp. faikit Excused.
fack, faick, faicked, faik, faiked, faiket, faikit, fake, fauk, fayich, feak, feake, feauk, feck, fecket, feeack, fyaak, fyack, fyak, fyawk, fyawke, fyawked,
faik [fek, MN. fjaːk]
n. A fold, ply, a coil of anything, a strand of rope.
pt. pp. faikit adj. Folded, draped.
fael, fail, failed, failie, failin, failin$, failit, faill, faille, faillie, faillzie, failt, failye, failze, failzie, failzye, fale, falze,
fail [fel]
adj. Delicate, in a frail state of health.
v. To fail, deteriorate in health. To collapse from exhaustion.
pt. pp. failt adj. Failed, enfeebled.
 
failyie [ˈfail(j)i] arch.
n. Failure, non-performance of an obligation, default, a penalty for default.
v. leg. To default, be lacking.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
failin [ˈfelɪn]: Failing.

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