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RAGWEED, the plant

corn, &c.

Quey, a cow from one yeas Refus't, refufed.
to two years old

Remarkin, remarking
Remead, remedy

Requite, requitted
R

Rest, to stand reftive
Restit, stood restive, ftunt,

ed, withered
ragwort

Restricked, restricted Raible, to rattle nonfenfe Rhymin, rhyming Rair, to roar; rair't, roar- Ridin, riding

ed; rairing, roaring Rig, a ridge Raize, to madden, to in- Rin, to run, to melt; runin, flame

running Ramblin, rambling

Rink, the course of the Ram-feezl'd, fatigued, over ftones, a term in curling spread

Rip, a handful of unthreshed Ram-stam, forward, thoughtless

Rikit, made a noife like the Rantin, ranting

tearing of roots Rarely, excellent, very well Roamin, roaming Rajh, a rush; rask buss, a Rood stands likewise for the bush of rashes

plural roods Rattlin, rattling

Roon, a thred Ratton, a rat

Roose, to praise, to comRaucle, rash, ftout, fearless mend Raught, reached

Roun', round, in the circle Raw, a row

of neighbourhood Rax, to stretch

Roupet, hoarse as with a Ream, cream

cold Receivin, receiving

Row, to roll, to wrap Reck, to heed

Row't, rolled, wrapped Rede, counsel, to counsel Rowte, to low, to bellow Red-wud, Atark-mad Rowth, plenty Ree, half-drunk, fuddled Rowtin, lowing Reek, smoke; to smoke; Rozet, rosin

reekin, smoking; reekit, Rung, a cudgel smoked, smoky

Runkld, wrinkled

Runta

S-

Runt, the stem of colewort Screed, to tear; a rent
or cabbage

Scrieve, to glide swiftly a-
Rustlin, rustling

long
Scrievin, gleesomely, swift-

ly
Scrimp, to fcant; scrimpet,

did scant, scanty
YAE, so

See'd did see
Saft, soft

Seizin, seizing
Sair, to serve, a sore

Sel, felf; a body's fel, one's
Sairly or fairlie, sorely

self alone
Sair't, served

Sell't, did sell
Sang, a song

Sen', to send ; fen't, send it
Sark, a shirt

Servan', servant
Sarkit, provided in thirts

Sets, sets off, goes away
Saugh, the willow

Settlin, settling; to get a
Saul, soul

settlin, to be frighted in-
Saumont, salmon

to quietness
Saunt, a faint

Shaird, a shred, a fhard
Saut, salt ; fauted, falted Shangan, a stick cleft at one
Saw, to sow

end for putting the tail
Sawin, sowing

of a dog, &c. into, by
Sax, fix

way of mischief, or to
Scar, to scare

frighten him away
Scaud, to scald

Shaver, a humorous wag,
Scauld, to fcold; Scaulding,

a barber
scolding

Shaw, to show

a small
Scaur, apt to be scared wood in a hollow place
Scawl, a scold

Sheen, bright, shining
Scone, a kind of bread Sheep shank, to think one's
Sconner, a lothing; to lọthe self nae feep bank, to be
Scornfu', scornful

conceited
Scraich, to scream as a ben, Sherra-moor, Sheriff-moor,
partridge, &c.

the famous battle

fought in
Scraichin, screaming

the Rebellion, A. D. 1715
Screechin, screeching Sheugh, a ditch, a trench

Shill,

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Shill, shrill

Sklented, ran or hit in an Shog, a shock

oblique direction Shool, a shovel

Sklentin, flanting Shoon, shoes

Skreigh, a scream; to Shootin, shooting

scream Shore, to offer, to threaten Slade, did slide Shor'd, offered

Slae, floe Shouther, the shoulder

Slap, a gate, a breach in a Sic, such

fence Sicker, sure, steady

Slaw, flow
Sidelins, fidelong, llanting Slee, sly; Neeft, flyest
Siller, silver, money

Sleekit, fleek
Simmer, summer

Sliddery, slippery Sin, a son

Slype, to fall over, as a wet Sin', fince

furrow from the plough Sinfu', finful

Slypet, feil Sinkin, sinking

Sma', small Sittin, fitting

Smeddum, dust, powder ; Skaith, to damage, to in- 7 mettle, sense jure, injury

Smiddy, fmithy Skelp, to strike, to lap; to Smoor, to smother; fmoord

walk with a smart trip smothered

ping step; a smart stroke Smoutie, smutty, obscene, Skelpin, stappin, walking ugly smartly

Smytrie, a numerous collecSkelpi-limmer, à technical tion of small individuals

term in female scolding Snafh, abuse, Billinsgate Skiegh, proud, nice, high Snaw, snow; to foow mettled

Snawbroo, melted snow Skirkling, shrieking, crying Snawie, snowie "Skirl, to shriek, to cry thril. Sned, to lop, to cut off ly

Sneeshin, snuff; fneeshinSkirling, shrieked

mill, snuff box Skirl't, shrieked

Snell, bitter, biting Sklent, flant; to run allant, Snick, drawing, trick-conto deviate from truth

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Snick, the latchet of a door Spence, the country parlour
Snool, one whose fpirit is Spier, to ask, to enquire

broken with . oppressive Spier't, enquired
flavery; to submit tame- Spitefu', spiteful
ly, to sneak

Splatter, a splutter; to sput-
Snoove, to go smoothly and ter

constantly, to sneak Spleuchan, a tobacco pouch
Snoov't, went smoothly Splore, a frolic, a riot, a
Snowk, to scent or snuff, as noise
a dog, borfe, &c.

Sportin, sporting
Snowkit, scented, snuffed Sprattle, to scramble
Sobbin, sobbing

Spreckl’d, spotted, speckled
Sonfie, having sweet, enga- Spring, a quick air in mu-

ging looks ; lucky, jolly sic, a Scottish reel
Soom, to swim

Springin, springing
Sooth, truth, a petty oath Sprit, a tough-rooted plant
Souple, flexible, swift

something like rushes
Souter, a shoemaker

Sprittie, full of sprits
Sowp, a spoonful, a small Spunk, fire, mettle, wit

quantity of any thing li- Spunkie, mettlesome, fiery;
quid

will-o'-wisp, or ignis fa. Sowth, to try over a tune, tuus

with a low whistle Squad, a crew, a party Sowther, folder; to folder, Squatter, to flutter in water, to cement

as a wild duck, &c. Spae, to prophesy, to divine Squattle, to sprawl Spairge, to dalh, to foil as Squeel, a scream, a screech; with mire

to scream
Spak, did speak

Stacher, to stagger
Sparin, sparing

Stack, a rick of corn, hay,
Spaul, a limb

&c.
Spaviet, having the fpavin Staggie, dimin. of stag
Speakin, speaking

Stampin, ftamping
Speat, a sweeping torrent, Stan', to stand ; stan't, did
after rain or thaw

stand Speel, climb

Stane, a stone

Stank,

Stank, a pool of standing Stoor, founding hollow, water

strong and hearse Stap, stop

Stot, an ox Stark, ftont

Stoup or ftowp, a kind of Startin, starting

jug or dish with a handle Startle, to run as cattle ftung Stoure, dust, more particuby the gadfly

larly dust in motion Starvin, starving

Stowlins, by stealth Staumrel, halfwitted

Stown, stolen Staw, did steal; to surfeit Strack, did strike Stech, to cram the belly Strae, straw ; to die a fair. Stechin, cramming

ftrae death, to die in bed Steek, to shut; a stitch Straik, to stroke; straikit, Steer, to moleft, to stir

stroked Steeve, firm, compacted Strappan, tall and handStell, a still

fome Sten, to rear as a horse Straught, straight Sten't, reared

Streek, stretched, to stretch; Stents, tribute, dues of any Areekit, stretched kind

Strewin, strewing Stey, steep ; steyest, steepest Striddle, to straddle Stibble, stubble ; ftibble-rig, Stringin, ftringing

the repear, in harveft, Stroan, to spout, to piss

who takes the lead Stroan't, spouted, pissed Stick an' ftow, totally, al- Strunt, fpiritous liquor of together

any kind; to walk itur. Stilt, a crutch ; to halt, to dily linp

Studdie, an anvil Stimpart, the eighth part Stuff, corn, or pulse of any

of a Winchester bushel kind Stirk, a cow or bullock a Stumpie, dimin. of stump year old

Sturt, trouble; to moleft Stock, a plant of colewort, Sturtin, frighted cabbage, &c.

Sucker, sugar Stockin, stocking

Sud, should

Sugh,

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