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corn, &c.

Ramblin, rambling Rin, to run, to melt; runin, Rattlin, rattling

running Raucle, rash, stout, fearless Ridin, riding Raw, a row

Rip, a handful of unthreshed Raible, to rattle nonsense Rair, to roar; rair't, roar Rink, the course of the

ed; rairing, roaring stones, a term in curling Rax, to stretch

Riskit, made a noise like the Rajh, a rush; ra buss, a tearing of roots bush of rushes

Rig, a ridge Ram-stam, forward, thought- Rowte, to low, to bellow less

Rowtin, lowing Rarely, excellent, very well Rowth, plenty Ragweed, the plant ragwort Roupet, hoarse as with a Ratton, a rat

cold Raught, reached

Row, to roll, to wrap Raize, to madden, to in- Row't, rolled, wrapped flame

Roamin, roaming Ree, half-drunk, fuddled Rood stands likewise for the Ream, cream

plural roods Reek, smoke; to smoke; Roun', round, in the circle

reekin, smoking; reekit, of neighbourhood smoked, smoky

Roofe, to praise, to comReceivin, receiving

mend Red wud, stark mad

Rozet, rofin Remead, remedy

Roon, a fhred Remarkin, remarking Rung, a cudgel Rest, to stand restive Runki'd, wrinkled Restit, stood restive, stunt- Runt, the stem of colewort ed, withered

or cabbage Requite, requitted

Rustlin, rustling
Restricked, restricted Rhymin, rhyming
Reck, to heed
Rede, counsel, to counsel
Refus't, refused


SAE, fo

a small

Sconner, a lothing; to lothe Ś

Scraich, to scream as a hen,

partridge, &c.

Scraichin, screaming
Sang, a song

Sel, self; a body's sel, one's Sair, to serve, a fore

self alone Sairly or fairlie, sorely Sets, fets off, goes away Sair't, ferved

See'd, did fee Saul, foul

Settlin, fettling; to get a Saunt, a saint

settlin, to be frighted inSark, a shirt

to quietness Sarkit, provided in shirts Sell't, did sell Saft, foft

Seizin, feizing Saw, to fow

Servan', servant Sawin, sowing:

Sen', to send ; Jen't send it Sax, fix

Shaw, to show; Saut, salt; fauted, falted wood in a hollow place Saumont, salmon

Sheugh, a ditch, a trench Saugh, the willow

Shootin, shooting
Scone, a kind of bread Shouther, the shoulder
Scrieve, to glide swiftly a Shoon, shoes

Sheep shank, to thinle one's Scrievin, gleefomely, swift Self nae sheep fbank, to be ly

conceited Screechin, screeching Shore, to offer, to threaten Screed, to tear; a rent Shor'd, offered Scar, to scare

Shangan, a stick cleft at one Scauld, to scold ; Scaulding, end for putting the tail scolding

of a dog, &c into, by Scawl, a scold

way of mischief, or to Scaud, to scald

frighten him away Scaur, apt to be scared Shaver, a humourous wag, Scornfu', scornful

a barber Scrimp, to scant ; fcrimpet, Shog, a shock did fcant, scanty

Sheen, bright, hining


Sherra-moor, Sheriff-moor,” Skelp, to strike, to flap; to

the famous battle fought in walk with a smart tripthe Rebellion, A. D. 1715

ping step; a smart stroke Shool, a shovel

Skelpin, ftappin, walking Shaird, a shred, a shard smartly Shill, shrill

Slaw, slow Sic, such

Slae, floe Simmer, summer

Slap, a gate, a breach in : Siller, silver, money

fence Sittin, fitting

Slade, did side Sin', since

Slee, fly; Neeft, flyeft Sin, a son

Slype, to fall over, as a wet Sicker, fure, steady

furrow from the plough Sinfu', sinful

Slypet, fell Sidelins, fidelong, flanting Sleekit, sleek Sinkin, finking

Sliddery, slippery Skreigh, a scream; to Sma', small scream

Smiddy, smithy Skaith, to damage, to in. Smytrie, a numerous collec. jure, injury

tion of small individuals Sklent, flant; to run aflant, Smoor, to smother; fmoord, to deviate from truth

smothered Sklented, ran or hit in an Smoutie, smutty, obscene, oblique direction

ugly Sklentin, slanting

Smeddum, duft, powder; Skelpi-limmer, a technical mettle, sense

term in female fcolding Snaw, snow; to snow Skiegh, proud, nice, high- Snawie, snowie mettled

Snaw-broo, melted snow Skirl, to skriek, to cry shril. Snaih, abuse, Billinsgate ly

Sneeshin, snuff; nee binSkirl't, shrieked

mill, snuff-box Skirling, shrieked

Snowk, to scent or snuff, as Skirkling, shrieking, crying a dog, borse, &c.

Snowkit, scented, fuuffed

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Snick, drawing, trick-con- Spak, did speak triving

Springin, springing Snick, the latchet of a door Speel, climb Snoove, to go smoothly and Spleuchan, a tobacco-pouck

constantly, to sneak Speat, a sweeping torrent Snoov't, went smoothly

after rain or thaw Snell, bitter, biting Spairge, to dash, to foil as Sned, to lop, to cut off

with mire Snool, one whose fpirit is Spitefu', spiteful

broken with oppressive Spence, the country parlour flavery; to submit tame. Spae, to prophesy, to divine ly, to sneak

Sprit, a tough-rooted plant Sonfie, having sweet, enga something like rushes

ging looks; lucky, jolly Sprittie, full of iprits Sowther, folder ; to folder, Spratt

Sprattle, to scramble to cement

Sparin, sparing Souple, flexible, swift

Spaviet, having the spavin Soom, to swim

Spreckl'd, spotted, fpeckled Sowp, a spoonful, a small Splore, a frolic, a riot, a

quantity of any thing li noise

Slpatter, a splutter; to fputSobbin, sobbing

ter Sowth, to try over a tune Spring, a quick air in muwith a low whistle

fic, a Scottish reel Sooth, truth, a petty oath Squad, a crew, a party Souter, a shoemaker Squeel, a scream, a screech; Spaul, a limb

to scream Speakin, speaking

Squatter, to flutter in water Spier, to ask, to enquire as a'wild duck, &c. Spier't, enquired

Squattle, to sprawl Spunk, fire, mettle, wit Stan', to stand ; stan't, did Spunkie, mettlesome, fiery; stand will-o' wisp, or ignis fatu- Stane, a stone

Stroan, to spout, to piss Sportin, sporting

Stroan't, fpouted, piffed


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Stents, tribute, dues of any Stock, a plant of colewort, kind

cabbage, &c. Steek, to shut ; a fitch Starvin, Itarving Stech, to cram the belly Stringin,

stringing Stechin, cramming

Startin, starting Startle, to run as cattle ftung Staw, did steal; to surfeit by the gadfly

Stown, stolen Steer, to moleft, to ftir Stowlins, by stealth Sturt, trouble ; to molest Stuff, corn, or pulse of any Sturtin, frighted

kind Studdie, an anvil

Stibble, stubble ; sibble-rig, Stell, a still

the reaper, in harvest, Stoup or ftowp, a kind of who takes the lead

jug or dish with a handle Strunt, fpiritous liquor of Straik, to stroke ; straikit, any

kind; to walk sturdi. stroked

ly Stampin, ftamping

Staggie, dimin. of stag Stacher, to stagger

Steeve, firm, compacted Stap, stop

Stank, a pool of standing Strae, straw; to die a fair water

ftrae death, to die in bed Stark, stout Strack, did strike

Stey, steep; steyeft, steepest Stack, a rick of corn, hay, Sten, to rear as a horse &c.

Sten't, reared Streek, stretched, to stretch; Stimpart, the eighth part freekit, stretched

of a Winchester bushel Staumrel, halfwitted Strappan, tall and handStoure, duft, more particu fome

larly duft in motion Strewin, strewing Stirk, a cow or bullock a Stilt, a crutch ; to halt, to

limp Stot, an ox

Stockin, stocking Stoor, founding

founding hollow, Stumpie, dimin. of stump ftrong and hoarse Striddle, to straddle Straught, Itraight

year old

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