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1. Scot-lōnd n.

37 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) Scotland, including Iona; (b) Scot-lond regioun, Scotland; chirche of Scot-lond, the Scottish church; constable of Scot-lond, the chief executive officer of Scotland; king of Scot-lond, the king…

2. kinescot n.

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A tax due to the king.

3. yedder n.

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The mark of a blow, a weal, bruise.

4. ē̆che n.

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A tool or implement of some sort; ?an adze.

5. twinter n.

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A stock animal that has passed its second winter, a two-year-old; twinter noute, two-year-old cattle.

6. wēthe n.

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A piece of cloth, swatch; saumple wethe, a sample of cloth used to match a color.

7. shō̆t n.

100 quotations in 7 senses
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(a) A missile, such as an arrow, a dart, spear, cannon projectile, etc.; also fig.; -- often coll.; shot of honde, darts, javelins, etc.; casting shot, a missile; sheten (oute) shot; (b) coll. weapons…

8. Scot n.(1)

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(a) An inhabitant of Scotland; a native Scot; a Scottish soldier; -- sometimes used anachronistically; (b) in cpds. & combs.: Scot lede, Scotland; the Scots; Scot riveling, a derogatory nickname for a…

9. war-lou n.

Additional spellings: warlou
56 quotations in 4 senses
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(a) One who is disloyal to king or country, a traitor; a criminal, felon; also with diminished force as a term of abuse (b) a wicked person, sinner; an impious person, infidel; a deceiver; also used…

10. bitlok n.

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A bit of food.

11. cros n.

250 quotations in 12 senses
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(a) A cross for crucifixion, a gibbet; (b) the cross of Christ; holi cros; Exaltacioun of the cros, a feast, Sept. 14; feste of the holi cros, feast of the Invention of the Cross, May 3; (c) winnen