Scots/English Dictionary

G

gaed
went
gait
way
gadjie (traveller cant, from Romany 'gajo')
In cant, it is used to mean a non-traveller
adopted into Lothian Scots, used as a slightly aggressive way of addressing a person
galore (from Gaelic 'gu léor')
in plenty (now widely used in English)
gan, gang, ging
go
gaun
going
gear
possessions
gey
very
geylie
merry (with drink)
gie, gie's
give
gin
if
gleg
sprightly, quick
gloamin
twilight
gowan
daisy
gowd (Pr. as English 'loud')
gold
gray
grey
greet (past tense 'grat')
cry (tears)
guid (Pr. 'gid')
good


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