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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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nap, napper,
nap [nap]
n. A short sleep.
v. To sleep for a short while.
 
napper
n. col. The head.
naiprie, naperie, napery, napery, napier, napiery, naprie, napry,
naperie [ˈnepərɪ]
n. Household or other linen.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
naperie press: Linen cupboard.
napier [ˈnep(ɪ)(j)ər]: A draper.
naftie, naphtae, naphtie,
naphtae [ˈnafte, ˈnafti]
n. Naphtha, 'liquor'.
knappie, nappie, nappy,
nappie [ˈnapi]
n. Strong ale, liquor.
adj. Of ale or liquor: foaming, brisk, strong, rich, heady. Of people: slightly intoxicated, exhilarated by drink. Of a place: bright, cheerful.
nairrative, narraation, narration, narrative, narraution, narrawtion, noration, norration,
narrative [ˈnarətɪv]
n. A narrative. leg. That part of a deed or document which contains a statement of the relevant essential facts.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
narrate: leg. To set forth the relevant facts in a document.
narration [nəˈreʃən, arch. -ɑːʃən]: Narration.
nash,
nash [naʃ]
v. To hurry.
natch, nitch,
natch [natʃ]
n. A notch or indentation. A rowlock in a boat. In forestry: a shallow drill into which seedling trees are transplanted. A projection from a wooden surface serving as a peg or hook.
pl. natches
v. To make a notch or incision.
aeshin, aishan, aishan, ation, ation, etian, etion, internaitional, naation, naciounal, naetion, naition, naitional, nash$n$, nation, national, nationheid, nationhuid, naution, nawtion,
nation [ˈneʃən, arch. ˈnɑːʃən]
n. A nation, stock, kindred, breed.
Contracted atian [ˈeʃən] col. Kindred, stock, breed.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
national [ˈnɑːʃnəl etc.]: National.
international: International
nationheid. Nationhood.
natif, native,
native [ˈnetəv]
adj. Native.
n. The district of one's birth.
naiter, naitter, nattek, natter, natterie, nattery, nattik, nattle, nattock, nitter, nitteran, nittle, nyatter, nyatterie, nyattery, nyattle, nyattry, nyitter, nyter, nytter, snatter,
natter [ˈn(j)atər, ˈnɛtər]
also with prothetic s MN. snatter
n. Grousing, nagging talk, aimless chatter. A crabbed, nagging person, a continual chatterer.
v. To chatter in an irritating or nagging manner, to nag, grouse, keep grumbling peevishly. Of weather: to drizzle.
 
nattle
v. S. To nibble, chew awkwardly. To mumble in a toothless fashion. I.Sh.. To grumble, nag, carp. To work slowly, dawdle, trifle.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
nattery: Peevish, grumbling, ill-tempered.
nattock: I.Sh. An ill-trempered troublesome child.

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