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Hello, I noticed your edits to these words, thanks for expanding upon them, I'm not Scottish or Irish / Ulster Irish so may be slighty off-cock when it comes to cleaning up entries in these dailects/languages.
We thought it might be more beneficial to classify the "Scottish English" words as the language "Scots" by putting in the releveant headings and move them from the Scottish English category to the Scots language category for consistency. In the process this means removing the category Scottish English from the words mentioned which I had already done for some of them.
It seems to me that having both Scottish English and a Scots language category is duplicating effort and causes confusion. What do you reckon?--Williamsayers79 07:50, 11 July 2006 (UTC)
PS. I'd like to get final consensus on this since we could all end up going round in circles recategorising entries. Its happened before and will probably happen again.--Williamsayers79 08:24, 11 July 2006 (UTC)