Scots

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Borrowed from Scots Scots, from Middle Scots Scottis, from Old English Scottysċ, a late variant of earlier Scyttisċ (Scottish). Doublet of Scottish.

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Scots

  1. A Germanic language closely related to English and descended from northern dialects of Middle English, spoken in parts of Scotland, now especially in the northeastern and southern regions of the country.
    Synonyms: Scottish, Lowland Scots
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Scots (not comparable)

  1. (sometimes proscribed) Scottish
    Synonyms: Scotch, Scottish
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Scots

  1. plural of Scot
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