braw

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Adjective[edit]

braw ‎(comparative mair braw, superlative maist braw)

  1. fine, handsome, good

Noun[edit]

braw ‎(plural braws)

  1. (in plural) Sunday best
    • 1839, Walter Scott: The Heart of Midlothian, p 207 [1]:
      "Ay, Madge," said Mr. Sharpitlaw, in a coaxing tone; "and ye're dressed out in your braws, I see; these are not your every-days' claiths ye have on."