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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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oo, ou, U,
U [(w)uː]
U, ou
n. The twenty-first letter of the alphabet.
odal, udal, udall, udaller, udallers, uddall, udel, udell,
udal [I. (j)duəl]
adj. Having no feudal superior.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
udaller: One who owns udal land.
adder, aidder, aider, aither, ather, edder, eddir, ether, ouder, yoder, yooder, youder, yudder, yuder,
udder [′ʌdər]
also uther [S. SEC. ′ʌðər], edder [MN. ˈɛdər], ether [NN.b. ˈɛðər, NEC. NN.b. I.Ork. ˈɪðər], I.Sh. ouder [ˈ(j)udər]]
n. The udder of a cow or other domestic animal. The breast of a woman.
ug, ugg, ugged, uggeet, uggin, uggit, uggsome, uggt, ugin, ugit, ugsome,
ugg [ʌg]
n. Disgust, dislike. A sensation of nausea. An object of disgust, a person of disagreeable, disgusting manners.
v. To disgust, nauseate, annoy, upset, exasperate. To be sickened or nauseated. To feel repulsion. To vomit. To find offensive or repellent, dislike, feel disgust or horror at.
pt. pp. uggit adj. Upset, annoyed, disgusted.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
uggin [-gɪn]: adj. Disgusting, horrible, annoying.
uggsome [-səm]: Ugly, abhorrent.
ug, ugg,
ugg [I.Ork. ʌg]
n. The pectoral fin and adjacent parts of a fish.
ugertfu$, uggertfu,
uggertfu [ˈʌgərtfə, S. -fɛ, -fɪ, EC. -fe, WC. -fɑ, N. -fɛ, U. I. -fu]
adj. Dainty, fastidious.
eum, ön, ond, uim, ume,
uim [I.Ork. øm]
adj. Of animals: mad, furious.
aumest, aumestmist, eemaist, eemest, eemist, eemost, eemost, emaist, imaist, immaist, immest, immost, imost, u$most, uimaist, uimest, umast, umist, umost, umost,
uimaist [C. (j)ɪˈmest, N. iˈmest, I. øˈmest, -mɛst]
adj. Highest, uppermost.
also the double superl. uimaist-maist
een, eenie, eun, eunie, o$en, o$on, ön, önie, oon, ooni, oonie, ovven, uen, uin, uinie, une, uney, uven,
uin [øn, yn, C. ɪn, MN. in]
n. An oven.
dim. uinie
v. To bake in an oven.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
uin-bird: The long-tailed tit Aegithalos caudatus.
eer, ere, eur, ør, uer, uir, üir, ur, ure,
uir [ør, yr, N. iːr]
n. Ore. Clay with an admixture of iron. Red gravelly earth. A colour, tinge or stain of a reddish or rusty hue.

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