Scots

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From Scots (from Middle Scots Scottis); variant 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 central, northeastern and southern regions of the country.
    Synonyms: Lallans
  2. Scottish English, the varieties of English spoken in Scotland.
    Synonyms: Scottish

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Scots

  1. plural of Scot

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Scots (not comparable)

  1. Scottish
    Synonyms: Scotch, Scottish

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