A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Efter-schot, n. [Efter a.] A supplementary or additional act or performance. Also attrib. — For ordour taking … anent the conclusioune of thair bell race and efterschot; 1621 Misc. Maitl. C. I. 198.
It is concludit … that ane efterschot rais sail be run yeirlie in all tyme cuming; Ib. 199.
That nae persone … presume … to baik ony rollis for sex penneis, bot what they baik att thair ordinar baiking or efter schott; 1684 St. A. Baxter Books 144.

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