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Tittlin, whispering 98, 14.
Tocher, dowry 156, 24; 336, 24.
Tocher, to dower 9, 7.

Tocher-band, marriage-settlement 465,

10.

Tocher-gude, marriage-portion 290,
21; 500, 21.

Tod, a fox 57, 13; 332, 29; a t. in
the fauld 396, 11.
Todlin, walking unsteadily 70, 20;
141, 16.

To-fa', fall 596, 27.

Toom, empty; t. tar-barrel 94, 16;
as t.'s a whistle 168, 26; t. roose
395, 11.

Toom, to empty; toom'd their pocks
137, 14.

Toop-lamb, a young ram 30, 1.
Toss, belle 587, 22.

Toun, a farm 141, 26; etc.
town.

See

Tout, blast; t. o' trumpet 268, 27.
Touzie, shaggy; his t. back 161, 3; a
t. tyke 441, 7.

Tow, a rope 103, 6; 200, 8; 489, 4.
Town, a farm 31, 14. See toun.

Towmond, a twelvemonth 9, 23; 144,
4; 264, 22.

Towsing, rumpling 130, 31.
Toy, a woman's cap 205, 14.
Toyte, to totter 159, 20.

Tozie, muddled; the t. drab 127, 23.
Trams, shafts 200, 18.

Transmugrified, changed 198, 15.
Trashtrie, rubbish 162, 1.
Trig, neat 296, 17; 492, 7.
Trinklin, flowing 618, 22.
Trin'le, wheel 200, 20.
Trogger, a packman 624, 2.
Troggin, packman's wares 624, 4.
Troke, to trade, exchange 202, 24.
Trowth, troth! indeed! 2, 18.
Trump, a jew's harp 593, 12.
Tryste, a fair, market; tr. an' fairs

132, 28; tr. o' Dalgarnock 611, 7.
Trysted, arranged; the tr. hour 15,

18.

Tulyie, quarrel; the holy t. 56, 1;
logic t. 90, 20; etc.
Twa-fauld, doubled up 338, 6.
Twal', twelve 75, 27; twalt, twelfth;
twal-hundred (of linen) 10, 26.
Twang, twinge 263, 20.

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Wabster, a weaver; an honest w. 74,
25; w.'s shuttle 125, 13; wives an'
w.'s 274, 33.

Wad, would 2, 31; etc.

Wadna,

would not 2, 16; etc.
Wad, to wager 170, 21.
Wadset, mortgage 624, 17.
Wae, sad; wae to think 151, 11; w.
and weary 544, 23; w. days 556,
21; wae'est man 596, 22; poor,
worthless, wae men 286, 15.
Waes me, woe is me, 74, 7; waesucks!
alas! 102, 28; wae worth, woe
betide 154, 13.

Waifs, strayed sheep 56, 9.
Wair, to spend 60, 22; 249, 20. See

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GLOSSARY

Wame, the belly 46, 21; 71, 3; 75, | Westlin, western; w. wind 34, 8;

8; food fills the w. 152, 13.

Wamefou, belly-full 230, 14.

35, 19. Cf. eastlin.
Whaizle, to wheeze 158, 4.

Wanchancie, unlucky 32, 8. See un- Whang, a slice 97, 30.

chancy.

Wanrestfu', restless 29, 24.
Ware, to spend; w. his care on 411,
25. See wair.
Wark-lume, tool, implement 149, 7.
War'ly (=warldly), worldly; the w.
race 37, 12; w. cares an' w. men
37, 19.

Warstle, to wrestle, struggle; w. in
the ditch 28, 11; w. for your
favour 250, 6; w. wi' Time 255,
19; 421, 36.

Whang, to lash 175, 8.

Whatna, what (lit. what kind of);
wh. day o' wh. style 91, 14.
Whatt, did cut (pret. of whyte) 104, 11
Whaup, a curlew 44, 6.
Wheep, to fly nimbly; see our elbucks
wh. 176, 12.

Whid, a fib; a rousing wh. 69, 28.
Whid, a start, spring 86, 27.
Whiddin, scampering (of hares) 76, 5;
433, 17.

Whigmaleeries, crotchets 256, 4.

Warstle, a struggle; w. an' care, 503. Whingin, peevish, grumbling 436, 13.

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Waukin, watching 388, 5.
Waukit, hardened 185, 14.
Waukrife, wakeful; w. winkers 272,
3; w. cock 405, 14; w. minnie 405,
25; w. morn 434, 12.
Waulie, jolly; w. wench 442, 28.
See walie.

Waur, to overcome; w. them a' 43, 8;
417, 1; he'll w. me 72, 12; might
waur't thee 158, 2.

Wean (a wee ane), child 47, 5; man,
wife an' w. 267, 7; dim. weanie
153, 25.

Wecht, a winnowing sieve 120, 2.
Wee, little 208, 3, etc.; a wee, a
little; I grudge a wee 60, 11; a
wee unsought for 47, 18; a wee
aback 96, 12; a short time, stood
a wee 283, 18.

Weel, well 9, 6; etc.
Weel-gaun, well-going 197, 16.
Weel-hain'd, well-kept 144, 1.
Weel-tocher'd, well-dowered 11, 8;
389, 16.

Weepers, mournings 287, 1.

Whins, furze 440, 23.

Whirlygigums, ornaments 255, 24.
Whisht, silence; held my wh. 185, 25.
Whitter, drink, refreshment 79, 27.
Wick, a curling term; w. a bore 267,
24.

Widdifu', wretched 516, 29. See
woodie.

Widdle, struggle; weary w. 109, 12;
270, 22.

Wiel, eddy, whirl 121, 13.
Wight, strong, stout 93, 8.
Willyart, wild; w. glow'r 265, 14.
Winna, will not 28, 47; etc.
Winnock, window 171, 29; doors an'
w.'s 274, 1.

Winnock-bunker, a window-seat 441,

15.

Wintle, a stagger 119, 22.
Wintle, to struggle, wriggle; w. in a
halter 52, 20; w. in a woody 126,
29; w. like a coble 157, 14.
Winze, an oath 120, 25.
Wonner, a marvel; blasted w. 162, 3;
204, 17.

Woodie, woody, a withy, the gallows;
in a w. dance 59, 14; wintle in a
w. 126, 29; the waefu' w. 131, 19;
etc.
Wooer-babs, lovers' knots 114, 10.
Wordy, worthy 56, 17; 279, 18.
Wraith, a ghost 48, 13.

Wud, angry, mad; as w. as w. can be
154, 2; a w. bear 494, 9. Cf. red-
wud.

Wumble, auger, wimble 236, 25.

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