Scots Online Dictionary — Read Through

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es, ess, S,
S [ɛs]
S, ess
n. The nineteenth letter of the alphabet. A hook shaped like the letter S.
sab, sabb, sabbet, sabbid, sabbin, sabbit,
sab [sab]
n. The noise of weeping. The noise made by a gust of wind or by the rise and fall of the sea.
v. To sob, to weep. To drip, ooze. I.Sh. To soak or saturate.
pt. pp. sabbit
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
sabbin: Sobbing, weeping.
sab, sob,
sab [sab]
n. What has subsided, sunken rock or mineral. A subsidence. A stout heavily built person.
v. To (cause to) subside or sink, to sag. Of plants: to droop, become limp.
sacrament, saicrament,
sacrament [ˈsakrəmɛnt]
n. Sacrament. The periodical Communion service of the Presbyterian Church.
sad, sadden, saddit, sadly, sadness, sads, sod,
sad [sad]
n. A heavy pressing-downward movement. A thud, thump. A hollow, knocking sound. A sag, a hollow sunken shape.
pl. sads Sadness, depression.
adj. Sad. Of people: grave, sedate, sober in mien or behaviour. Solid, consolidated, dense, hard and compact, massive. Remarkable, outstanding, in a good or complimentary sense.
v. To make dense and compact, to compress, press down, to solidify by hammering. To cause to sink or settle down. To become dense and solid. To settle down in a compact mass. To shrink in bulk, to subside.
pt. saddit
pp. saddit, sadden adj. Shrunken, shrivelled. Of bread: heavy, not fully baked. Of earth: beaten hard, packed.
 
sadly
adj. Sadly.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
sadness: Sadness.
lik_sae, like_sae, likesae, likesay, likesey, likesy, liksay, mair_sae, mairsae, noo_an_sae, nou_an_sae, nou_and_sae, nut, sa, sae, say, si, sih, soat, sot, sote, sott, sut, sutt,
sae [seː, sə]
adv. So. As.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
like sae: Like so ...
mair sae: To a greater extent or degree.
nou and sae: So-so, middling.
sic and sae: Alike, similar, much of muchness.
sut: An emphatic form of sae used by children, the negating counterpart is nut.
cea, sae, say, saye, sea, sey, sih, sye,
sae [seː]
n. A wooden tub with hoops and two extended staves perforated for handgrips or for a pole or rope to be passed through for transport by two persons, used for carrying water or washing etc.
saaft, saffen, saffie, saffin, saffy, saft, saften, saftick, saftie, saftik, saftlie, saftly, saftness, saftock, safty,
saft [saft]
n. A thaw. Rain, moisture.
dim. saftie A weak-minded, timid or effeminate person, a simpleton, something soft. A soft, plain floury bun. MN. A crab that has recently cast its shell.
adj. Soft. Of weather: mild. Not frosty, in a state of thaw. Wet, rainy, damp. Of cloth: of a loose, soft and pliable texture.
adv. In a peaceable quiet state.
 
saftly
adv. Softly.
 
saften [ˈsaf(t)ən]
v. To soften.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
saftock: MN. Any soft shelled crab.
saftness: Softness.
sacrit, saicrecy, saicret, saicretfu, saicrit, saycret, secrait,
saicret [ˈsekrət]
n. A secret.
adj. Secret.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
saicrecy: Secrecy.
saicretfu: Secretive.
sacrifeece, saicrifeece, saicrifeese, saicrifice, secrifeece, secryfice,
saicrifeece [ˈsekrɪfis]
n. A sacrifice.
v. To sacrifice.

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