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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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naepkin, naipken, naipkin, napkin, neepin, neepyin, nepkin, nepkyin, neptyan, nyepkin,
naipkin [ˈnɛpkɪn, ˈnip(j)ɪn]
n. A napkin or pocket handkerchief. A small headshawl.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
pocket-naipkin: A pocket handkerchief.
naira, nairae, nairaed, nairaely, nairie, nairit, nairra, nairrae, nairrow, nairrow, narra, narra$, narrae, narry, nerra, nerrae,
nairae [ˈnerə]
adj. Narrow. Tight-fisted, stingy, parsimonious.
v. To narrow.
pt. pp. nairit, nairaed
 
nairaely
adv. Narrowly.
Nairn, Nurn,
Nairn [neːrn]
pn. Nairn (Highland).
naether, naetherins, naider, naither, naitherance, naitherans, naitherin, naitherins, nather, nauther, nayther, naytherance, naytherin, naytherins, ne$ther, nedder, nedderen, nedderin, neether, neethur, neither, neitherance, neitherin, neitherins, nether, netherance, netherin, netherins, nidder, nidderance, nidderin, nidderins, nither, nodder, nouther, nowther,
naither [ˈneːðər, I.Sh. ˈnedər]
also MN. naitherin(s) [ˈneːðərɪn(z)] and arch. naider [ˈnedər], naiderin(z) [ˈnedərɪn(z)].
adv. Neither, however.
 
nowther [ˈnʌuðər]
adv. arch. Neither. None, of more than two.
guid-naiturt, gweed-naturt, ill_naiteret, ill_nattert, ill-naetirt, ill-naettert, ill-naitered, ill-naitur, ill-naitured, ill-naiturt, ill-natered, ill-natirt, ill-natur, ill-natur$t, ill-nature, ill-natured, ill-naturt, ill-nettered, naetir, naetur, naiter, naiteral, naitered, naiterel, naitral, naitrel, naitrul, naitur, naitur, naitural, naituraleisit, naituralised, naiturally, naiture, naitured, naiturt, naityeral, nakural, nakure, nater, nateral, nathural, natter, nattur, nattural, natture, natuir, natur, naturt, netral, netter, netteral, oonnaitral, unnaitural, unnetteral,
naitur [ˈnetər]
n. Nature.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
guid-naiturt: Good-natured.
ill naitur: A bad temper, irritability.
ill-naiturt, ill-naitured: Cross, disagreeable.
naitural [ˈnet(ə)rəl]: Natural, naturally.
naituralised: Naturalised.
unnaitural: Unnatural.
midder-nakit, mither_nakit, naakit, nacke$t, naiket, naikit, nakit, naukit, naykit, neckit, nyaaket, nyaakit, nyaket, nyakit, nyaukit, nykit,
nakit [ˈnekət]
adj. Naked.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
mither nakit: Stark naked.
nam, nam$d, nammed, nammie, nammonie, nammt, namt, naum, njam, nom, nyam, nyaum, nyim, nyim-nyam, nyim-nyim,
nam [n(j)am]
v. To seize quickly and rather violently, to grab. To touch, lay hands on. To catch someone out, to take someone at a disadvantage. To seize between the teeth, to chew, to eat greedily. I.Sh. To take a morsel of food with relish.
pt. pp. namt, nammed
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
nammie: I.Sh. A short space of time, a little while.
nim-nam [n(j)ɪmn(j)am]: To chew, to eat greedily.
eek-name, eik-name, eke-name, ill-name, naem, naime, name, name$t, named, namelie, namelieheid, nameliheed, nameliheid, namelihood, namely, namit, namlie, neem, neemed, nem, neme, nemm, nemme, nemmed, nemmlie, nemmly, tae-name, tae-nem, tee_name, teename, tee-name, t-name, to-name, tö-name, tuiname, tui-name,
name [nem]
n. Name.
v. To pronounce a word.
pt. pp. name't, named
 
namely
adj. Namely, noted, famed, of good repute.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
eik-name: A nickname.
faimily name: Surname, last name.
gien name: Christian/first name.
ill-name: A bad name, a bad reputation.
nameliheid: Fame, reputation, glory.
tae-name: A nickname.
naen, nain, nane, nane_o, naney, nayn, nean, neen, nein, nenn, nin,
nane [nen, N. nin]
pron. None. Of two: neither.
adj. After the noun qualified: no, not any.
adv. Emphatic negative: not at all, in no way, by no means.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
nane o: None of …
knap, knappie, nap, napp, nappie, nappy,
nap [nap]
n. A bowl, a drinking vessel.
dim. nappie

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