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Scots is the Germanic language, related to English, spoken in Lowland Scotland and Ulster, not the Celtic language Gaelic!
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wheatle, wheedle, wheedlin, wheedlin$, wheegle, wheetle, wheidle,
wheedle [ˈʍidl, ˈʍitl]
v. To wheedle.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
wheedler: Someone who wheedles.
wheedlin: Wheedling.
eever, fiffle, hwiff, hwiffer, queef, quieff, skew-quieff, skew-wheef, skew-whiff, weefle, whaff, wheef, wheefelt, wheefer, wheefled, wheeflin, wheeft, whiff, whiffle, whuff, whufft,
wheef [ʍif]
also whiff [ˈʍɪf, ˈʍʌf]
n. A whiff. A slight attack of illness, an instant. A puff. A spurt or jet of water. A slight insignificant thing, a trifle.
 
v. To puff, blow. To move lightly or easily. To doze off.
pt. pp. wheeft
 
weefle
v. To puff, to blow, to drive with a puff. To vacillate, dither about.
pt. pp. wheefelt adj. Of a musical note: lightly-sounded.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
skew-whiff: Awry, ajee, at a rakish angle.
wheefer: I. A large object.
wheeflin: Of wind: blowing in slight puffs, light.
feel, feil, wheel, wheel$n, wheel-guts, wheelin, wheel-nave, wheels, wheel-spow, wheel-spowe, wheil,
wheel [ʍil]
n. A wheel. A spinning-wheel.
pl.wheels.
v. To wheel, pirouette. To make a bid at an auction in order to raise the price.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
hale-wheel: adj. Wholesale.
tummler-wheels: Wheels of a low cart.
wheelin [-ɪn]: Wheeling. Whirling round. A coarse thick type of worsted yarn.
wheel-guts: Thin intestines of sheep used as wheelbands for spinning-wheels.
wheel-nave: The hub of a wheel.
wheel-spowe: I.Ork. To turn a cartwheel.
wheelie-oe,
wheelie-oe [ˈʍilioː]
n. WC. The willow warbler Phylloscopus trochilus.
feamer, feem, feemer, feimer, wheem, wheemer, wheimer, whim, whum,
wheem [ˈʍim]
n. Whim.
 
wheemer [-ər]
v. To go about complaining and grousing. To grumble, mutter. To whine, whimper, cry feebly like a child.
feen, fein, gey_wheen, ween, wheen, wheen_o, wheena, whein,
wheen [ʍin]
n. A few, a small number, several.
pl. wheens A separate or distinct number of people etc. A party, group, bunch, some as opposed to others.
 
Nouns of quantity usually dispense with the following prep. o.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
gey wheen: A considerable quantity.
wheen o: A small number of ...
feenge, feenger, feinge, feinge, foonge, funge, funje, hoonsh, wheenge, wheenger, wheengin, wheinge, wheinger, whinge, whingeing, whinger, whingin, whingin$, whonge, whonger, whunge, whunger, winge, winge, winger, winger,
wheenge [ʍin(d)ʒ, ʍɪn(d)ʒ]
n. A whine, whimper. Aquerulous complaint.
v. To whinge. To whine, whimper, Of a dog or child etc.: to complain or fret in a whining manner.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
wheenger [ʍɪn(d)ʒər, ʍin(d)ʒər]: A whinger, grumbler, complainer.
wheengin [ˈʍɪn(d)ʒɪn, ˈʍin(d)ʒɪn]: Complaining, fretting, whining.
blooterie_wheep, blooterwheep, blootery_wheep, bluiter_wheep, bluiterwheep, blutterwheep, feep, feeple, feip, feiple, peeble, wheeb, wheeber, wheeble, wheep, wheep, wheeper, wheepin, wheeple, wheeplin, wheip, wheipit, wheiple,
wheep [ʍip]
n. A sharp shrill cry or whistle.
v. To squeak, whistle. To fly nimbly, to jerk.
pt. pp. wheepit
 
wheeple [ˈʍipl]
n. An ineffectual whistle.
v. To squeek, whistle.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
bluiter wheep: The snipe Gallinago gallinago.
wheepin: Seaking or whisling.
wheepler: WC. The redshank Tringa totanus.
wheeplin: Sqeaking, whistling, etc.
wheeriorum, wheeriorums, wheerum, wheiriorum, whuram,
wheeriorum [ˈʍiːrɪoːrəm]
also wheerum
n. A toy, thingamajig. An intricate piece of machinery.
wheesh, whish, whush,
wheesh [ʍiʃ]
v. To whish. A rushing noise. To stir or make a commotion. To make a rushing sound.

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