Scots/English Dictionary

S

sae
so
sair
sore
sang
song
sark
shirt
Sasanach (from Gaelic name for England 'An Sasunn')
An English person. (And that's all it means. Some people foolishly imagine it to be some kind of insult, which is a classic case of a slight existing solely in the eye of the beholder.)
saul
soul (spirit)
sax
six
scunner
disgust
sees
Please give me
siccar (German 'sicher')
sure, certain
sheckle
the wrist
sieven
seven
skirl
a false note on the pipes - never tell a piper they "skirled"!
smashin (from Gaelic ' 's math sin')
(exclamation) excellent! (adopted into English as 'smashing')
sojer, sodger
soldier
Southron (Pr. 'sooth-run')
English language
spate
(n.) to be in fast flood (e.g. a river)
spier
enquire, question
stappit
full to bursting (usually refers to eating)
staun
stand
stegh
stuff
sumph
idiot, halfwit
syne (pr. as Eng. "sign")
[1] presently
[2] at times
[2] thereafter


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