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Abeigh, at a shy distance.
A-gley, off the right line.
Bing, heap of corn, potatoes, etc.
Airt, direction, the point from Birkie, a spirited fellow.
Brae, the slope of a hill.
Baggie (dim. of bag), the stom- Braing't, reeled forward. ach.
Brattle, a short race; hurry;
Bairntime, a family of children. Braw, handsome.
Bardie, dim. of bard.
Beet, to add fuel to a fire.
Breastit, did spring up or for
ing from church.
Buirdly, strong, imposing look- Daimen-icker, an ear of corn ing, well-knit.
Bure, bore, did bear.
Ca', to drive.
Cantie, in high spirits, merry.
Carlin, an old woman.
Burnewin, i.e. burn the wind, a Deil, devil.
Clout, a patch.
Coila, from Kyle, a district of
Coost, did cast.
Craw, to crow.
Croon, a hollow and continued
Corn't, fed with oats.
now and then. Daur't, dared.
Daurk, a day's labor.
Chittering, trembling with cold. Ee, eye.
Dow, do, can.
Droop-rumpl't, that droops at the
Fairin, a present, a reward.
Fell, keen, biting; nippy, tasty.
Fier, brother, friend.
Gear, wealth, goods.
Gowan, the daisy.
Gree, a prize.
Glaizie, glittering, smooth, like Hotch'd, fidgeted.
Gumlie, muddy, discolored.
Ha' Bible, hall-Bible.
Haffets, the temples.
Hain'd, spared, saved.
Hansel, a gift for a particular
Histie, dry, barren.
Hald, an abiding-place.
Hallan, a particular partition wall in a cottage.
Guid-willie, with hearty good Jauk, to dally, to trifle.
Jinker, that turns quickly, a dodger.
Hodden-gray, woollen cloth of a
coarse quality, made by mingling one black fleece with a dozen white ones.
Howe, a hollow or dell.
Ingle, the household fire.
Kebbuck, a cheese.
Ket, a hairy, matted fleece.
Knaggie, like knags, or points of
Knowe, a hillock, a knoll.