|city and seaport in southwest Scotland||Glasgow|
|(1870-1916) British short story author; last name; group of hills in Scotland (named after Sir Hugh Munro)||Munro|
|(also known as Lviv) city in western Ukraine||Lvov|
|(died 1057) king of Scotland after killing Duncan I in battle; tragedy by William Shakespeare narrating the tale of King Macbeth of Scotland||Macbeth|
|(in Scotland) principal of a school ; priest, pastor||dominie|
|(Informal) city in northern California (USA)||Frisco (San Francisco)|
|(Informal) Las Vegas (gambling city in Nevada, USA)||Vegas|
|(Informal) resident of Oklahoma (USA); worker from Oklahoma (USA); native of Okinawa (island southwest of Japan) (derogatory)||Okie|
|(Italian) plaza, public square; concourse, city square; balcony, veranda, Italian public square, open-sided passageway, porch||piazza|
|(Latin) ancient Roman game of chance based on the use of dice; (Classical Mythology) nickname of Athena that refers to a holy place built in her honor by Aleus; old city located on the Eastern border of Arcadia||alea|
|(Nautical) fasten with a rope, tie down with a rope; thread a rope through a block or pulley, Canadian town council president, district official, fasten something by reeving, female sandpiper, head of a city council, chief administrator of a town, repr...||reeve|
|(presently called Shen-yang) city located in Manchuria, China (which was the captured by the Japanese in 1931 and was followed by the Japanese invasion of all Manchuria)||Mukden|
|(Scotland) a unit of liquid which equal to a little less than a U.S. pint; container||mutchkin|
|(slang) cool guy, dandy; fellow, guy; city-dweller who owns a ranch, city dweller vacationing out west, flashily dressed man||dude|
|(Slang) very; extremely (used in Scotland and Northern England as a euphemism for damned)||dooms|
|36 square miles, area governed by town meeting, city, small town; district, region, subdivision of a county, urban settlement for black people||township|
|a trademark for a bottled mineral water from Evian, France, city in France; French company that process and markets mineral water||Evian|
|a trademark for a sweet whiskey-based liqueur made in Scotland||Drambuie|
|a variety of English spoken in Scotland||Scottish English|
|a variety of quartz, usually smoky yellow, gray, or brown in color, found in Scotland and used in making jewelry., cairngorm stone, kind of quartz (generally in smoky yellow, gray or brown color) named after the Scottish mountain where it is found whic...||cairngorm|
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