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Sab, to sob
Sklent, to slant Sab, a sop
Skriech, a scream Sae, so
Skriech, skriegh, to scream Saft, soft
Skyte, to squirt Sair, sore, severe, strong
Slae, the sloe Sair, sorely, very
Slap, an opening in a fence Sark, a shirt
Slee, sly Saugh, the willow
Slype, slipped Saut, salt
Sma', small Sax, six
Smiddie, smithy Scaud, to scald
Smoor, to smother Scaur, fearsome, afraid
Smoutie, smoky Scaur, a jutting bank
Snakin, sneering Scunner, disgust
Snick, a latch
Snirtle, to snigger
Sonsie, goodnatured, pleasant, Sel', self
easygoing Shank, a stalk, a limb
Soupe, sup, liquid Shaw, a wood
Souter, a cobbler Sheers, scissors
Spae, to foretell Sherra-moor, Sheriffmuir
Spaivie, the Spavin Shiel, a cottage
Spairge, to splash Shift, a choice
Spak, spoke Shill, shrill
Speel, to climb Shog, a shake
Speet, to put a spit through Shore, to offer
Spence, the parlour Sic, such
Spier, to ask Siller, silver, money
Splore, a merry meeting, a row Simmer, summer
Spring, a quick dance-tune
Sprittie, full of weedy roots
a bad child that deserves a Stan', to stand beating
Stang, to sting Skiegh, skittish
Stant, stood Skirl, to sound shrilly
Stank, a moat
Starnies, Starns, stars
colewort Stoiter, to stagger Stoor, harsh, stern Stoup, a drinking pot Stown, stolen Stownlins, by stealth Strappin, well made, shapely Straught, straight Streekit, stretched Studdie, an anvil Sturt, trouble Sturtin, troubled, frighted Sugh, sigh Sumph, a churl Swank, limber Swanky, a strong, young fellow Swat, sweated Swatch, a sample Swats, new ale Swirlie, twisted Syne, since, then.
of the common, too much
wondrous Unco's, unusual, wondrous, or
striking things Usquebae, whisky. Vauntie, proud.
of the stalk
of a river
Yard, a garden
work, a set to
Page 2, note 2 read "Staggering an' swaggering."
11, Recitativo II 6, read "spavie," instead of "spavie',"
7 from foot, put comma after this line' 89, 1. 176, put comma after Nannie' 89, 1. 179, put comma after 'cour' 89, 1. 1 from foot, put comma after "jade" and 'editions' 90, 1. 2 from foot, read "shout.” Grose instead of "shout" Groce 94, I 3 and II 3, put comma after 'oath' 96, 1. i from foot, read 'thrown”.' 123, 1. 6 from foot, insert 's' after 'clear' 123, 1. i from foot, insert 's' before 'One'
130, II 3, read their' for 'then' n 134, 1. 13 from foot, read 'coupler' for 'complet,' and 'Scottish'
for 'scottish' 137, l. 10 from foot, read 'falls' instead of 'fulls' 137, 1. 5 from foot, insert comma after 'explains' 140, 1. 3 from foot, read 'strictly' 142, 1.
13 from foot, put comma after 'tragical , 143, 1. 12 from top, cancel one 'is'