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Strak, struck, i. 34, 1 20
Strang, strong, i. 185, 1 21
Strappan, strapping, i. 130, 1 2. Strappin, strapping, ii.

84, 19
Straught, straight, i. 51, 16
Streamies, dim. of streams, i. 235, 18
Streekit, stretched. Streekit owre, stretched across, i. 38,

1 2
Strewin, strewing, i. 112, 1 2
Striddle, to straddle, i. 168, I 26
Stringin, stringing, i. 68, i 17
Stroan't, pissed, i. 2, 1 2
Studdie, a stithy, i. 11, 1 17
Stumpie, dim. of stump, a short quill, i. 168, 18
Strunt, spirituous liquor of any kind, i. 93, l 14; to walk

sturdily, i. 158, 1 19
Stuff, corn, i. 88, 124
Sturt, to molest, to vex, i. 7, 1 21
Sturtin, frighted, i. 89, 7 20
Styme, see a styme, see in the least, ii. 43, 1 12
Sucker, sugar, i. 11, 16
Sud, should, i. 171, 18
Sugh, a rushing sound, i. 37, 19
Sumphs, stupid fellows, i. 271, 1 14
Sune, soon, i. 269, 19
Suppin, supping, ii. 334, 1 24.
Suthron, Southern, English, i. 173, 1 6
Swaird, sward, i. 51, 1 11
Swall’d, swelled, i. 153, 1 3
Swank, stately, i. 108, 1 2
Swankies, strapping young fellows, i. 22, 1 17
Swap, an exchange, i. 166, 1 5
Swarf, to swoon, ii. 214, 1 16
Swat, did sweat, i. 60, l 14
Swatch, sample, i. 23, 1 14; specimen, i. 34, 17
Swats, ale, i. 201, 1 32
Swearin', swearing, ii. 17, 1 19
Sweatin, sweating, i. 176, 1 26
Swoor, swore, i. 86, 125
Swinge, to lash, ii. 22, 1 27
Swingein, whipping, i. 45, 1 25
Swirl, a curve, i, 2, 1 16

Swith, swift, i. 43, 1 1
Swither, doubt, i. 19, 113
Sybow, a leek, i. 289, 1 19
Syne, since, i. 2, 18; then, i. 27, 1 12

TACK, possession, lease, i. 239, 1 14
Tackets, a kind of nails for driving into the heels of shoes,

i. 208, 121
Tae, ii. 315, 111. Three-tae’d, three-toed, i. 29, 123
Taed, a toad, ii. 323, 1 29
Taen, taken, i. 57, 7 12
Tairge, to task severely, i. 227, 124
Tak, to take, i. 6, 19
Tald, told, i. 163, 1 II
Tane, the one, i. 297, 1 13
Tangs, tongs, i. 262, 2 12
Taps, tops, i. 153, 1 24. Tapmost, topmost, i. 159, 111

Tapetless, heedless, foolish, i. 167, 113
Tapsalteerie, topsy-turvy, ii. 194, 2 18
Tappit hen, a quart measure, ii. 75, 123
Tarrow, to murmur, ii. 23, 1 12
Tarrow't, murmured, i. 67, 115
Tarry-breeks, a sailor, i. 66, 124
Tassie, a goblet, ii. 163, 1 10
Tauld, told, i. 65, 131
Tawted, matted, uncombed, i.
Tawie, that allows itself peaceably to be handled, i. 108, 117
Tawpies, foolish, thoughtless young persons, i. 264, 15
Teats, small quantities, i. 53, 1 30
Teen, provocation, chagrin, i. 214, 15
Tellin', telling, i. 287, 124. Tell’d, told, ii. 54, 19
Temper pin, the wooden pin used for tempering or regu-

lating the motion of a spinning wheel, ii. 311, l 12 Ten-hours-bite, a slight feed to the horses while in yoke in

the forenoon, i. 167, 1 10
Tent, to take heed, i. 29, 13; mark, i. 30, 1 10
Tentie, heedful, i. 86, / 10
Tentier, more careful, i. 260, 14
Teughly, toughly, i. 37, 123
Teuk, took, i. 97, 123
Thack an rape, clothes, i. 3, 1 26
Thae, these, i. 33, 1 2

1 20

Thairm, fiddlestrings, i. 41, 1 24
Thankfu, thankful, i. 119, 1 16
Thankit, thanked, i. 39, 1 13
Theekit, thatched, covered up, secured, i. 273, 1 22
Thegither, together, i. 2, 118
Themsels, themselves, i. 6, 1 28
Thick, pack an thick, friendly, i. 2, 1 18
Thieveless, cold, dry, spited, i. 37, 1 32
Thigger, begging, ii. 22, 132
Thir, these, i. 205, 111; their, ii. 258, 115
Thirld, thrilled, i. 163, 15.
Thole, to suffer, to endure, i. 4,

112
Thou's, thou art, i. 303, 1 13
Thowes, thaws, i. 39, 1 2
Thowless, slack, lazy, i. 167, 120
Thrang, busy, i. 1, 15; a crowd, i. 22, l 19
Thrapple, the throat, ii. 1, 117
Thrave, twenty-four sheaves of corn, including two shocks,

i. III, 121 Thraw, to sprain or twist, i. 91, 76; to cross or contradict,

ii. 189, 112
Thrawin, twisting, i. 91, 1 18
Thrawn, twisted, i. 79, 1 14
Thraws, throes, ii. 176, 19
Threap, to maintain by dint of assertion, i. 175, 1 24

to thrash, ii. 52, 119. Threshing, thrashing, i.
Thretteen, thirteen, i. 110, 117
Thretty, thirty, ii. 282, 16
Thrissle, the thistle, i. 15, 17
Throwther, A'throwther, through-other, pell mell, i. 19,115
Thuds, that makes a loud intermittent noise, i. 70, 1 14;

resounding blows, ii. 213, 18 Thumart, the weasel, i. 27 113 Thumpit, thumped, i. 81, 114 Thyseľ, thyself, i. 281, l 14 Tidins, tidings, ii. 109, 16 Till, unto, ii. 4, 13 Tillt, to it, i. 17, 17 Timmer, timber, i. 7, 13; the tree boughs, i. 169, 12.

Timmer propt, timber propt, i. 91, 1 18 Tine, to lose, i. 20, 18; to go astray, ii. 255, 1 11

44, 18

Tint, lost, i. 39, 1 13. Tint as win, lost as won, ii. 156, 1 24
Tinkler, a tinker, i. 1, 218
Tips, rams, i. 56, 27
Tippence, twopence, i. 22, 127
Tirl, to strip, ii. 22, 1 22
Tirlin, unroofing, i. 49, 14
Tirl’d, knocked, ii. 57, 113
Tither, the other, i. 2, 13
Tittlin, whispering, i. 23, 15
Tocher, marriage portion, i. 108, 19
Tocher-band, dowry bond, ii, 205, 1 13
Todlin, tottering, i. 29, l 14
Tods, foxes, i. 53, 1 26
Toom, empty, i. 15, 18
Toop, a ram, i. 54, 16
Toun, a hamlet, a farm house, i. 55, 1 13
Tout, the blast of a horn or trumpet, i. 26, 115
To've, to have, ii. 145, 17
Tow, a rope, i. 109, 1 20
Towmond, a twelvemonth, i. 131, 19
Touzie, rough, shaggy, i. 2, 113
Towzle, to rumple, i. 265, 1 25. Towzling, rumpling,

dishevelling, i. 98, 1'16
Toy, a very old fashion of female head-dress, i. 159, 1 20
Toyte, to totter, i. III, 1 2
Transmugrify'd, metamorphosed, i. 78, 115
Trashtrie, trash, i. 3, l 11
Treadin' treading, i. 297, 115
Trews, trousers, ii. 213, 121
Trickie, tricksy, i. 108, 115
Trig, spruce, neat, i. 84, 114
Trinkling, trickling, ii. 298, 2 18
Troggin, wares sold by wandering merchants, ii. 322, 117
Troke, to exchange, to deal with, ii. 24, l II
Trottin, trotting, i. 108, 114
Trouse, trousers, ii. 270, 1 16
Trow’t, believed, ii. 281, 123
Trowth, a petty oath, i. 39, 7 12
Try't, have tried, i. 109, 115
Tulzie, a quarrel

, i. 177, 116 Tunefu', tuneful, i. 302, 1 13 Tup, a ram, ii. 72, 14

Twa, two, i. 1, 15
Twa fauld, twofold, doubled up, ii. 304, 1 13
Twa-three, two or three, i. 23, 13
Twal, twelve o'clock, i. 34, 121. Twalt, the twelfth, i,

239, 112. Twalpennie worth, twelvepenny worth.

i. 5, 1 1 Twang, twinge, i. 220, 13 Twined, reft, ii. 14, 1 30 Twins, bereaves, takes away from, i. 12, 19 Twistle, a twist, i. 274, 123 Tyke, a vagrant dog, i. 1, 120 Tyne, to lose, ii. 184, 12 Tysday 'teen, Tuesday evening, ii. 49, 1 28. UNCHANCY, dangerous, ii. 23, 121 Unco, very, i. 5, 12; great, extreme, i. 47, 14; strange,

i. 93, 110

Uncos, strange things, news of the country side, i. 129, 17
Unkend, unknown, i. 172, 115. Unkenn'd, unknown, i.

174, 1 14
Unsicker, unsecure, i. 261, 19
Unskaith’d, unhurt, i. 82, 1 27
Upo', upon, i. 5, 114. Upon't, upon it, ii. 257, 1 1

VAPÄRIN, vapouring, i. 88, 16
Vauntie, proud, in high spirits, i. 205, 1 30
Vera, very, i. 7, 110
Viewin, viewing, i. 175, 1 14
Virls, rings round a column, i. 37, 127
Vittel, victual, grain, i. 273, 121. Vittle, victual, ii. 262,
Vogie, proud, well-pleased, ii. 316, 14
Vow, an interjection expressive of admiration or surprise,

ii. 316, 14

17

WA', a wall, i. 69, 12
Wa' flower, the wallflower, ii. 156, 16
Wab, a web, ii. 261, 1 19
Wabster, a weaver, i. 23, 17
Wad, would, i. I, l 17. Wad a haen, would have had, ii.

165, 1 1. Wadna, would not, i. 86, 111. Wad, a wager, i. 34, 117; to wed, ii. 312, 1 19

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