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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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maddie,
maddie [ˈmade]
n. WC. A large species of mussel.
 
From Gealic madadh.
Madge,
Madge [madʒ]
n. dim. The personal name Marjorie.
maffle, mafflin,
mafflin [ˈmaflɪn]
n. Procrastination, bungling.
maager, maeger, maegerdom, maegered, mager, magerdom, magert, mogar, mogardom, mogart, moger, mogerdam, moggert, mooger, myager, myagert,
mager [NN.b. I.Ork. ˈm(j)agər, I.Sh. ˈmoːgər]
n. A poor physical condition, an emaciated creature.
adj. Very lean, scraggy, emaciated, scanty. Feeble from old age or over-exertion.
v. To become lean or emaciated.
pt. pp. magert
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
magerdom: A state of weakness, combined with depression.
mag, magg, maggs, mags,
magg [mag]
v. Of coal carters: to pilfer coal by removing part of a load to sell on their own account.
 
maggs
n. pl. An extra payment to express appreciation of services outside regular duties. A gratuity, a tip.
maggie, maggy,
maggie [ˈmagɪ]
n. The magpie Pica pica.
maagelt, maagle, maagled, magelt, maggel, maggeld, maggelt, maggle, maggled, magglet, magil, magild, magilt, magle, magled, maigel, maigeld, maigelt, maigle, maigled, meggle, mismaggle,
maggle [ˈmagl]
also maigle [ˈmegl]
v. To spoil by over-handling, to mangle. I.Ork. To trudge laboriously through mud or snow.
pt. pp. maggelt, maigelt adj. Mangled, twisted.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
mismaggle: To disarrange, interfere with, spoil.
magative, mageteeve, maggat, maggative, maggativous, magget, maggit, maggot, maggoteeve, maggoteevish, maggotie, maggotive, maggoty, magot, meggot,
maggot [ˈmagət]
n. A maggot. A whim, fancy. A bee in your bonnet. An annoying person.
 
maggotie
adj. Whimsical.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
maggoteeve: adj. Capricious, crotchety, contrary, perverse.
mageecian, magic, magick, magick, magict, maigic, majic,
magic [ˈmadʒɪk]
n. Magic.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
mageecian [məˈdʒiʃən]: A magician.
magink,
magink [məˈgɪŋk]
n. SN. MN. I.Sh. A queer looking object or creature.

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