scaur

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Etymology[edit]

Dialectal form of scar.

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Noun[edit]

scaur (plural scaurs)

  1. (chiefly Scotland) A steep cliff or bank.
    • 1859, Walter Cooper Dendy, The wild Hebrides (page 67)
      There are "stags of ten" roaming abroad unstalked; and perchance that is a hart royal swelling his broad front on yonder scaur.

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