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The Online Scots Dictionary — Read the Scots Dictionary

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paffle, paffler, poffle,
paffle [ˈpafl, ˈpɔfl]
n. An allotment, a small piece of land.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
paffler: A person who farms a paffle.
page, paige, paje,
page [pedʒ]
n. A sheet of paper (in a book).
page, paige, paje, pliver$s_page, plivver$s_page, plover-page, plover-pagick,
page [pedʒ]
n. A page that serves.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
pliver's page: NN.b. I. The dunlin Calidris alpina or NN.b. I. jack snipe Lymnocryptes minimus.
pagger, paggered, paggert,
pagger [ˈpagər]
n. col. A fight.
v. To fight.
pt. pp. paggert, paggered
paicifee, paicify, paishifee, pecifee, peecefee, peecifee, pesefy, peshifie,
paicifee [ˈpesɪfi]
v. To pacify.
cock_paddle, cock_paidle, cockie-paidles, cockpaddle, cockpaidle, paddel, padleock, padlock, padluck, padluk, paiddle, paiddled, paidelt, paidl$d, paidle, paidled, paidleock, paidlin, paidling, peddle,
paidle [pedl]
n. A paddle. The lumpsucker Cyclopterus lumpus.
dim. paidleock: The lumpsucker Cyclopterus lumpus.
v. To paddle.
pt. pp. paidelt
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
blue paidle [bl(j)uː-, N. bjuː-]: The lumpsucker Cyclopterus lumpus.
cockpaidle, cockie-paidles: NEC. N. The lumpsucker Cyclopterus lumpus.
hen paidle: The lumpsucker Cyclopterus lumpus.
hush paidle: A female lumpsucker Cyclopterus lumpus.
paidlin [ˈpedlɪn]. Paddling.
paigle,
paigle [ˈpegəl]
n. Menial housework, chores.
v. To do such work.
paik, paikin, paiks, paiksin, pake, paykeen, pex, pexin, pexins,
paik [pek]
n. A blow, stroke or thump.
v. To beat, strike, belabour, castigate, punish. To trudge, tramp along.
 
paiks
v. To move with effort.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
paikin [ˈpekɪn]: paiksin. A thrashing punishment, a beating.
pail, peel, pel, pell, peyl,
pail [pel]
n. A canopy, a coffin cloth, pall.
pail, peel,
pail [pel, I.Ork. pil]
n. A pail, a bucket.

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