Scots Online Dictionary — Read Through

Scots Online Dictionary — Read Through
Veesit oor Facebook page.

Scots is the Germanic language, related to English, spoken in Lowland Scotland and Ulster, not the Celtic language Gaelic!
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Page 1 of 55 for the letter G

G, gae, gay, jae, jai, jay,
G [geː, dʒeː]
G, gay
n. The seventh letter of the alphabet.
gaalo, gaulo,
gaalo [I. gaːlʊ]
n. The cry of the kittiwake Rissa tridactyla. The bird itself.
gaan, gan, gaun, gawn,
gaan [I. gaːn]
v. To stare, gaze vacantly or with open mouth. Staring vacantly. To crane the neck.
gab, gaub, geb, gob, gub,
gab [gab]
n. The hook at the end of a chain.
gab, gabb, gabbart, gabber, gabberloun, gabberosie, gabberosy, gabberrosie, gabbert, gabbie, gabbin, gabbit, gabbleation, gabblin, gabbord, gabbot, gabby, gaber, gaberosie, gaberosy, gabert, gabie, gabishie, gablin, gabs, gabsie, gab-treece, gab-trees, gab-treesh, gaub, geb, gebber, gebberloon, gebberloun, gebbet, gebby, gibble-gabble, goab, gob, gobbed, gub, gubb, gubbed, gubbet, gubbie, gubbin, gubbit, gubby, gyab, ill-gab, ill-gabbit, lang-gabbit, shamgabbit, sham-gabbit, wide-gab, wide-gub,
gab [gab, gʌb]
n. The mouth, the palate, taste. A smack in the mouth. Talk, speech, conversation, manner of speech. Tttle-tattle, impudent chatter.
v. To speak, talk, to chatter.
pt. pp. gabbit adj. Mouthed. col. Beaten, drunk or under the influence of drugs. n. A gobbet, a morsel, mouthful.
 
gabbie [gabɪ]
adj. Garrulous, chatty, fluent.
also gabsie
 
gabber [ˈgabər, ˈgebər]
v. To jabber, gibber.
pt. pp. gabbert
n. Jabber, gibberish.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
cauld gab: A spell of stormy weather at the beginning of May.
gabberloun: I.Sh.: A clown, an idiot.
gaberosie [ˈgabəroːzi]: A child's word for a kiss.
gabbleation: I.Sh. Noisy speech.
gabbin [ˈgabɪn, ˈgʌbɪn]: A smack in the mouth, a defeat. Chatter.
gabblin: Chattering
gab-treesh: Enticement, cajolery, flattery.
gibble-gabble: Chatter.
ill-gab: Insolent, impudent language, to use such language.
ill-gabbit: Foul-mouthed, in the habit of using abusive or malicious language.
lang-gabbit: Loquacious, chattering, prolix, tedious, boring.
set up yer gab: To speak out.
sham-gabbit: Having an over-short jaw.
wide-gab: The angler fish Lophius piscatorius.
gaabert, gabart, gabbard, gabbart, gabbert, gabert,
gabbart [ˈgabərt]
n. A barge, usually used for inland navigation.
gabaloon, gaberloon, gaberloonie, gaberlunyie, gaberlunzie, gamberlin, gammerloony, gobberlooney,
gaberlunzie [gabərˈlun(j)i]
n. A beggar. A stupid or awkward fellow.
gaaber, gaabert, gabber, gabbert, gabers, gabert, gaberts, gauber, gaubert,
gabert [ˈgebər, ˈgabər, ˈgɑːbərt]
n. A tall, thin man or boy, a domestic cock that does not crow.
pl. gaberts A kind of gallows supporting the wheel for the rope of a bucket etc. in a well. A form of scaffolding used by builders.
 
See caber.
gadge,
gadge [gadʒ]
v. To dictate impertinently.
gadget,
gadget [gadʒət]
n. A gadget.

[ Start | Next ]