|seizor, confiscator, forecloser (Scottish)||poinder|
|(Law) payment for grinding or milling (Scottish)||multure|
|(Mainly Scottish) chat, gossip; idle talk||claver|
|(Scottish) godmother; girl or woman; gammer, old woman||cummer|
|(Scottish) lake; arm of the sea, arm of sea, sea loch||loch|
|(Scottish) narrow arm of the sea (also firth); type of fish-snaring net for catching fish||frith|
|(Scottish) narrow arm of the sea (also frith), estuary||firth|
|(Scottish) vex; annoy; trouble, (Slang) fashion; (Scottish) vexation; worry, fear; care trouble; annoyance, fashionable||fash|
|a reelful, dance music, dance reel, feel giddy or confused, move unsteadily, revolving storage device, roll up, wind onto a spool; sway, falter, Scottish dance, section of motion-picture film, cylinder around which long flexible material is wound (such...||reel|
|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|
|Aberdeen Angus, Black Angus, black hornless beef cow, male first name; region in Scotland, type of Scottish cow||Angus|
|advertising phrase, motto, phrase which summarizes the principles of a group or organization; catchword, attention getting phrase used in advertising; Scottish battle cry||slogan|
|Australian court official, Canadian court officer, chief law enforcement officer of a county who is responsible for carrying out court orders, Scottish judge, senior official of English county, U.S. county law enforcement officer||sheriff|
|batch of letters, for mail, large batch of mail sent at one time by a single sender; rented property (Scottish), something sent by mail||mailing|
|be briefly present, fly; flutter; dart; move quickly; change location; escape in secret, move from place to place, quick light movement; fluttering; change of residence (Scottish); homosexual (derogatory)||flit|
|beauty, loveliness (Scottish)||bonniness|
|bet in pool at loo, gambling card game, toilet, toilet (British usage; love (Scottish usage); card game in which forfeits are placed into a central pool; forfeits placed in the central pool (in card games)||loo|
|blue beret; Scottish soldier who wore a blue beret; blue lupine (type of flower), plant with spikes of blue flowers, Scottish woolen cap, Texas bluebonnet||bluebonnet|
|book in Bible, James, the Epistle of, one of the 12 apostles of Jesus; Henry James (1811-1892) American novelist; William James (1842-1910) American psychologist; name of several Scottish kings||James|
|boundary, bourne, burn, small stream, brook (Scottish, English); limit, boundary; goal (Archaic)||bourn|
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