saucht

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Scots[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English saght, from Old English seht from Proto-Germanic *sahtiz. Cognate with English saught (reconciliation, peace), Old Norse sátt, sætt (covenant, agreement, settlement, reconciliation).

Noun[edit]

saucht (plural sauchts)

  1. Peace, quiet, tranquillity
    Hoo can a man bide lang i' saucht, wha mells wi' ither fouk's affairs?