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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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ell, el, L,
L [ɛl]
L, ell
n. The twelfth letter of the alphabet.
laur, laar, lar, larr, lyaar, lyar, ler,
laar [I.Sh. l(j)aːr]
n. A soft, gentle breeze.
lauve, lauv, laav, laave, lav, lauvie,
laav [I.Sh. laːv]
v. To hang loosely or limply. Of a bird: to hover.
lab-sidit, lab-sided, labbin, labbit, labbed, lab-skewed, lab, laub, lob, lub,
lab [lab, lɔb]
n. A lump, or large piece of anything, a fragment. A blow, a stroke.
v. To lob, throw or tear.
pt. pp. labbit
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
labbin: Lobbing or throwing etc.
lab-sidit: adj. Lopsided, awry.
labber, laiber, lebber,
labber [ˈlabər]
also laiber [ˈlebər, ˈlɛbər]
v. To slobber
laberlethin, laberlackin, lebberlechan, laberlicken,
laberlethin [ˈlebərlɛðɪn]
n. A long, rambling discourse.
lace [les]
n. A cord made of braided or interwoven strands of silk etc. I.Sh. The fringe of a Shetland shawl knitted in a very open pattern.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
lacin: The length of damaged fishing net being worked on.
lacer,
lacer [ˈlesər]
n. A (boot) lace.
lachans, yachans, lachan, yachan,
lachan [NN.a. (l)jaxən]
usually pl. lachans Green rushes used for baskets.
 
Gaelic lachan.
lachter, lauchter, lochter, loghter, luchter, lughter,
lachter [ˈlaxtər, ˈlɔxtər]
n. A lock of hair, a tuft of grass. The amount of corn grasped and cut in one stroke.

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