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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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ais_tae, aise, aist, east, east, east_tay, ees$t, eese, eesed, eeser, eeses, eeses, eesin, eest, eest, eesti, eeswal, eeswall, eeswally, eeswally, eezd, eeze, eezed, eezer, eise, eises, eist, eist_tae, essed, est, euse, eused, euses, eusin, ill-eese, ill-uise, ill-yaise, ise, ises, oes, oese, öese, öesed, oeses, oeses, öeses, öeswal, öse, øse, osed, ösed, øsed, öses, øsin, öswal, öswally, øswally, uaesd, uaise, uase, uased, uaser, uases, uis$t, uis$t_tae, uisal, uise, uised, uised_tae, uised_wi, uiseit, uiser, uises, uises, uiset, uisin, uisit, uiss$t, uissed, uisst, uist, uist, uist, uist_tae, uisual, uisually, uiswal, uize, uized, uizes, uizual, uizwal, unuisual, unyaisual, unyaseyill, us$d, usedi, usetae, usetae, useti, usin, usit, ussin, usst, ust, ust_tae, ustae, usual, uswal, yaesin, yaest, yaest_tae, yais, yais$t, yaise, yaised, yaiser, yaises, yaiseyil, yaisially, yaisin, yaisit, yaist, yaist, yaisti, yaisual, yaisuallie, yaiswal, yaizd, yaize, yaized, yaizer, yase, yased, yases, yaseyell, yaste, yaze, yazed, yazes, yazin, yeas, yeases, yees, yeeze, yeezes, yese, yesed, yeses, yeuse, yeused, yeuss, yeusses, yewst, yiser, yissed, yisst, yist, yistae, yisty, yooz, yoozes, yoused, yuisallie, yuise, yuised, yuises, yuises, yuisin, yuisit, yuissed, yuissed, yuissed, yuisst, yuist, yuiswal, yuize, yuizes, yuzual,
uise [jøːz, jyːz, I. øːz, C. jeːz, MN. iːz]
v. To use. With wi: to make someone familiar with. To habituate, accustom. To become inured to, accustomed to.
pt. pp. uised [jøːzd, jyːz, I. øːzd, C. jeːzd, MN. iːzd]
For the n. See uiss.
Compounds and phrases etc.
ill-uise: v. Ill-use, to abuse.
misuise: Misuse.
uised for tae: Used to do something (with).
uised tae [ˈjøstø, ˈjɪsteː, N. ˈistiː etc.]: Used to, in the sense of something fulfilling a function.
uised wi: Used to, in the sense of being in the habit of or familiar with.
uiser: A user.
uises: v. Uses.
uisin: Using.
uisual [ˈjøːzwəl, C. ˈjeːz(j)əl, MN. ˈiːzwəl]: adj. Usual.
uisually: Usually, customarily.
unuisual: Unusual.
uisge-beatha, usquabae, usqubae, usquebae, usquebagh, usquebaugh, usquebeatha,
uisge-beatha [uʃkubaː]
n. Gael. Whisky.
eusmal, osmal, osmel, osmil, ozmilt, uismal, usmal,
uismal [I.Sh. øzməl]
adj. Dark, dusky, greyish in colour. Having a gloomy, grim appearance, sinister, evil-looking.
disuiss, disyase, eas, eece, ees, eesage, eese, eesefae, eesefu, eeseless, eeses, eesfu, eesless, eess, eesses, eessless, ese, essfu, euss, ill-eesage, ill-eese, ill-ess, ill-uiss, ill-uissage, ös, øse, ösfil, ösfu, uiases, uice, uis, uisage, uisefae, uisefu, uiseless, uises, uisless, uiss, uissage, uisses, uissfae, uissfu, uissless, usefu$, useless, yaisage, yaisefuhl, yaiseless, yaises, yaisfu, yaseless, yeese, yeesless, yeuss, yeusses, yisage, yisfae, yislis, yiss, yissage, yisses, yissfae, yissfu, yissless, yuis, yuise, yuisefu, yuisfae, yuisfu, yuiss, yuisses, yuissless,
uiss [S. I. jøs, C. jɪs, N. is, jus]
n. Use. Followed by for or tae: need, occasion, reason. Custom, habit, practice.
pl. uisses
For the v. see uise.
Compounds and phrases etc.
disuiss. Disuse.
ill-uiss: Ill use, abuse.
ill-uissage: Ill treatment.
uissage: Usage. MN. Behaviour.
uissfu [-fə S. -fɛ, -fɪ, EC. -fe, WC. -fɑ, N. -fɛ, U. I. -fu]: Useful.
uissless: Useless.
euss, ös, oyce, oyse, uis, uiss, yeuss,
uiss [I.Ork. øs]
n. An inlet of the sea which is almost cut off by a bank of shingle.
eutna, ötna, uitna,
uitna [I.Sh. ˈøtnə]
n. Smithereens.
Ullapool, Ullpuil,
Ullapool [ˈʌləpul]
pn. Ullapool (Ross and Cromarty).
Ulster, Ulstur,
Ulster [ˈʌlstər]
pn. Ulster.
hielandman$s_umberellae, Hielandman$s_Umbrella, Hielanman$s_Umbrella, rumbrella, umbarolly, umberella, umberellae, umberellie, umberelly, umbrell, umbrellae, umbrelle,
umberellae [ʌmˈb(ə)rɛlə, -ɪ, -e]
n. An umbrella.
Compounds and phrases etc.
The Hielandman's Umberellae. Glasgow Central station bridge over Argyll street.
umpire [ʌmˈpaɪr]
n. Umpire.

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