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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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racket, racketie, rackit, ricketie-racketie, rickety-rackety,
racket [ˈrakət]
n. A racket, a bat. A violent stunning blow, a thump, stroke.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
ricketie-racketie: adj. Rickety or unsteady on the legs.
racket,
racket [ˈrakət]
n. A rocket.
rack, rackie, racks, raki, rakie, rakki, rakkie,
rackie [I.Sh. ˈraki]
n. A ring or yoke-shaped attachment running on a mast by which the yard of a lug-sail can be raised and lowered. A parrel or traveller.
v. To hoist or lower the main-sail To bind the yard to the mast in a square sail.
rackle,
rackle [rakl]
n. A chain The clanking of a chain.
v. To clank or rattle like a chain. To fasten up with a chain.
rackless, reckless,
rackless [ˈrakləs]
adj. Reckless. Accidental, unintentional.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
racklessly: adj. Recklessly.
rackon, rackonin, rackont, rak, rakken, rakkent, rakt, reckon, reckoned, reckonin, reckont, reckont, rekkin,
rackon [ˈrakən]
v. To reckon.
pt. pp. rackont
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
rackonin [ˈrakənɪn]: Reckoning, a mode of numbering.
rad, radlie, radly,
rad [ˈradle]
adj. arch. Hasty, quick.
 
radly
adv. arch. Quickly, hotly, fiercely.
raage, radge, radgie, radgie, radgy, raj, rajie, rauge,
radge [radʒ]
n. A wild obstreperous person or animal.
adj. Mad, violently excited, furious, wild, obstreperous.
 
radgie [ˈradʒɪ]
adj. Mad, violent, excited, sexually aroused.
radio,
radio [ˈredɪo]
n. Radio.
rae, ray,
rae [reː]
n. The roe deer Capreolus capreolus.

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