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The Online Scots Dictionary — Read the Scots Dictionary

Scots is the Germanic language, related to English, spoken in Lowland Scotland and Ulster, not the Celtic language Gaelic!
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obscure,
obscure [ɔbˈsk(j)uːr]
adj. Obscure.
v. To obscure.
obsarve, observe,
observe [əˈbzɛrv]
n. An observation (scientific or otherwise) A remark or comment.
v. To observe.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
observant: Observant.
observation: Observation.
abstrackalous, abstrackous, obstreperous, obstropalous, obstropolous, ootstreepolis, ootstrepolis, opstropolous, opstropulous, outstrapalous, outstrepolous, upstropolous,
obstreperous [ɔbˈstrɛpərəs]
adj. Obstreperous. Cross-grained, ill-tempered. Noisy, unruly.
obstruc, obstruck, obstruct, obstruction,
obstruct [əˈbstrʌk(t)]
v. To obstruct.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
obstruction [əˈbstrʌkʃən]: An obstruction.
obteen, obtein,
obteen [əbˈtin]
v. To obtain.
obtemper,
obtemper [əbˈtɛmpər]
v. leg. To comply with, submit to. Obey.
obvious,
obvious [ˈobviəs]
adj. Obvious.
adv. Obviously.
aucashin, ocation, occasion, occasioun, occation,
occasion [əˈkeʒən]
n. An occasion. The celebration of the Lord's supper. Sunset.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
occasional: Occasional.
occasionally: Occasionally.
occupee, occupee$d, occupeed, occupie,
occupee [ˈok(j)əpi]
v. To occupy, to employ, make use of. To be busy with, to employ oneself in.
pt. pp. occupee'd
occur,
occur [ˈokʌr]
v. To occur.

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