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Hag, a scar or gulf in mosses Hean, had, the participle
and moors ; an ugly old Heapit, heaped. woman,
Hearse, hoarse. Haggis, a kind of pudding Hear't, hear it.
boiled in the stomach of a Heather, heath. cow or a sheep
Hech! Oh! strange! Hain, to spare, to save ; Hecht, to foretel something hain'd, spared.
that is to be got or given ; Hairst, harvest.
foretold; the thing foretold. Haith, a petty oath.
Heeze, to elevate, to raise. Hal' or hald, an abiding place. Helim, the rudder or helm. Hale, whole, tight, healthy. Herd, to tend flocks; one Hallan, a particular partition. who tends flocks: wall in a cottage.
Hersel, herself. Haly, holy.
Herrin, a herring. Hame, home, hameward, Herry, to plunder, most pro. homeward.
perly to plunder birds' Hamely, homely, affable.
nests. Han', or haun', hand.
Herryment, plundering, deHap, an outer garment, man- vastation.
tle, plaid, &c. to wrap, to Het, hot. cover, to hap.
Heugh, a crag, a coal-pit. Happing, hopping.
Hilch, to hobble, to halt. Hap-step-an-lowp, hop, skip, Hilchin, halting. and leap
Himsel, himself. Happer, a hopper.
Hiney, honey. Harkit, hearkened.
Hing, to hang. Hash, a sot.
Hirple, to walk crazily, to Ilastit, hastened.
creep; Hirplin, creeping. Haud, to hold.
Hissel, so many cattle as one Haughs, low.lying rich lands, person can attend. vallies.
Histie, dry, chapt, barren. Haurl, to drag, to peel. Hitch, a loop, a knot. Haurlin, peeling.
Hizzie, hussy, a young girl. Haverel, a half-witted person, Hoddin, the motion of a sage half-witted.
countryman riding on a cart. Havins, good manners, de. horse, corum, good sense.
Hog-score, a kind of distance Hawkie, a cow, properly one line, in curling, drawn with a white face.
across the rink. Healsome, healthful, whole. Flog-shouther, kind of
horse-play, by justling with
the shoulder; to justle. Indentin, indenting. Hool, outer-skin or case. Ingine, genius, ingenuity. Hoolie, slowly, leisurely ; | Ingle, fire, fire-place,
Hoolie ! take leisure ! stop! I'se, I shall or will.
JAD, jade; also a familiar Host, to cough ; Hostin, term among country folks coughing.
for a giddy young girl. Houghmagandie, fornication. Jouk, to dally, to trifle. Housie, dimin. of house. Jaukin, trifling, dallying. Hove, to heave, swell. Jaw, coarse raillery; to pour Hou'd, heaved, swelled.
out, to spurt, to jerk as wa. Howdie, a midwife.
ter. Howe, hollow; a hollow or Jaup, a jerk of water; to jerk, dell.
as agitated water. Howe-backet, sunk in the Jillet, a jilt, a giddy girl.
back, spoken of a horse, Jimp, to jump; slender in the &c.
waist, handsome. Howff', a landlady ; a house of Jinglin, jingling: resort.
Jink, to dodge, to turn a cor. Howk, to dig; Howkit, dig- ner; a sudden turning a
ged; Ilowkin, digging. corner. Howlet, an owl.
Jinker, that turns quickly; a
Jirt, a jerk
Jokin, joking. per.
Jouk, to stoop, to bow the Hushion, cushion.
Jow, to jow, a verb which in. I
cludes both the swinging
motion and pealing sound of 1' in.
a large bell. Icker, an ear of corn.
Kiltlin, a young cat,
Kiuttle, to cuddle.
for breaking stones.
k’nurl, a dwarf.
KYLE, a district of Ayrshire,
Kyle, the belly.
spirits, said to haunt fords one's self.
LADDIE, dimin. of lad.
Laithfu', bashful, sheepish.
Lallans, Scottish language.
Lambie, dimin. of lamb
Lampit, a kind of shell-fish:
Lane, lone, my lane, thy lane,
&c, myself alone, &c. thy-
to long, to weary.
Lap, did leap.
with bread; to serve for Lave, the rest, the remainder,
Lawin, shot, reckoning, bill. Lowrie, abbreviation of Law.
Lug, the ear, a handle.
Luggie, a small wooden dish
Lunch, a large piece of cheese,
Lunt, a column of smoke; to
tulatory endearment. Luntin, smoking.
Manteele, a mantle.
Mark, marks, this and several
lish, require an s to form the
plural, are in Scots like the
words sheep, deer, the same
Mashlum, meslin, mixed corn,
a woman of easy virtue. Maskin-pat, a tea-pot.
Maukin, a hare.
Mavis, the thrush.
Maw, to mow; mawin, mowa
Muckle, much, big, great.
Muslin.kail, broth composed
simply of water, shelled
barley and greens.
NA, no, not, nor.
bottom of the dunghill. Naething, or naithing, no
Niger, a negro:
change, to barter.
Nine-tailed cat, a hangman's
Nit, a nut.
Norland, of or belonging to
Ochels, name of mountains.
O haith! O faith! an oath.
Or, is often used for ere, be.