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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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kaarm, karm,
karm [I.Sh. kaːrm]
n. A poor state or condition of things. A bad mood. A a disorderly heap or pile of something wet or dirty.
catabelly, katabella, katabelly, kattabelly,
katabella [ˈkatəbɛlə]
n. I.Ork. The hen harrier Circus cyaneus.
Caitterlin, Katerlin, Katerlinn, Katerlyn,
Katerlinn [ˈketərɪn]
pn. Catterline (Aberdeenshire).
cat_ogle, cat_ool, catogle, catogle, catyogle, catyugl, gray_ogle, gray_yogle, jugl, jugla, katiugl, katogle, kattiugl, kattjugla, kattool, kattugla, kattul, kattyuggla, kattyuggle, kattyugl, katyogl, katyogle, katyugle, ogle, yogle, yuggle,
katogle [I. katˈ(j)ogl]
n. An owl.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
broun ogle: [I.Sh. -ˈ(j)ogl] The short-eared owl Asio flammeus.
gray ogle: [I.Sh. -ˈ(j)ogl] The short-eared owl Asio flammeus.
cyach, cyacht, kaach, kauch, kaucher, kauchin, kech, kiachur, kiauch, kiaugh, kiyach, kiyachin, kyaach, kyauch, kyaucht,
kauch [kjɑːx]
n. SW. WC. Care, worry, uneasiness of mind. Bustle, anxious exertion.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
kauchin: v. SW. Fooling around.
kaucher: NN.a. A young seagull.
cattercavie, catterkeavie, cavey, cavie, keavie, keyvie,
keavie [kiːvi, keːvi]
also catterkeavie [ˈkatər-]
n. A crab, usually Cancer pagurus.
keb, kebbed, kebbet, kebbit, kebit,
keb [S. kɛb]
n. A ewe that has cast her lamb or failed to rear it. A still-born or premature lamb. A miscarriage in one's affairs, a plan which fails to work.
v. Of a ewe: to cast a lamb prematurely, to give birth to a dead lamb.
pt. pp. kebbit Of a lamb: prematurely or still-born. Of a ewe: having borne a dead lamb.
kebbie, kebby,
kebbie [S. U. ˈkɛbɪ]
n. A stick or staff with a hooked end.
 
See kibblin also.
cabag, caboc, cabok, kebag, kebback, kebbag, kebbock, kebbok, kebbuck, kibbick,
kebbock [ˈkɛbək ˈkebək, ˈkɪbɪk, NN.b. ˈkeɪbəg]
n. A home made cheese, usually from ewe-milk mixed with cow's milk. A lump of cheese.
caikle, keck, kecked, keckelt, keckit, keckl$t, keckle, keckle, keckled, kecklin, keekle, kekkilt, kekklt, kekle,
keck [kɛk]
n. The cluck of a hen.
v. To cluck, cackle or chatter.
pt. pp. keckit.
 
keckle [kɛkl, kekl]
n. A cackle, a chuckle.
v. Of a hen: to cackle, to cluck. To chuckle.
pt. pp. keckelt
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
kecklin: Cackling, chuckling. Clucking.

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