trokins

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Noun[edit]

trokins (uncountable)

  1. dealings, association
    • 1983, William L. Lorimer, The New Testament in Scots, Canongate Books (2001), ISBN 9781841951447, page 164:
      The wuman answert, "What! A Jew like ye seekin a drink o a Samâritan like mysel?" The Jews hes nae trokins wi the Samâritans.

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