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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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kwee, Q, quee, quie,
Q [kwiː]
Q, quee
n. The seventeenth letter of the alphabet.
kwader, quader,
quader [ˈkwadər]
v. To make square, quadrate. To agree, get along.
cuach, quaich, quaigh,
quaich [kwex]
n. A shallow bowl-shaped drinking-cup.
qaick, quackie, quaick, quaik, quaikie, quake, queck,
quaik [kwek]
n. A quack, the cry of the duck.
dim. quaikie A duck.
v. To quack, as a duck.
quail, watter_quail,
quail [kwel]
n. The quail Coturnix coturnix.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
watter quail: U. The water rail Rallus aquaticus.
quair,
quair [kweːr]
n. A set of twenty-four sheets of writing paper. A literary work, a book or piece of writing of any length.
chwestion, kwestian, quaisten, quaistenin, quaistent, quaistin, quaistin, quaistint, quaistion, quastin, quaystion, queshun, questin, questioun, queystin, queystion, quisson,
quaisten [ˈkwest(j)ən, ˈkwast(j)ən]
n. A question.
v. To question.
pt. pp. quaistent
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
quaistenin: Questioning.
quaisten merk: Question mark.
speir quaistens: To catechize.
qualifee, qualifee$d, qualifeh, qualifehd, qualifie, qualify,
qualifee [ˈkwalɪfiː]
v. To qualify. leg. To establish by evidence, to authenticate, testify.
pt. pp. qualifee'd
quahality, qualitie, quality, qwalitae, qwality, qwality,
quality [ˈkwalɪtɪ]
n. Quality. A proviso, qualification, reservation.
qual, quall, quall, quel, quell,
quall [kwal]
n. A lull, in wind or storm.
v. To quell, knock down, strike. Of wind etc.: to lull, abate. Of people etc.: to calm down, become quiet and peaceful.

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