Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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AIT, n.1 In phr. Muckle ait, a feast, esp. the supper at the end of “hairst.” Bnff. 1930 2 .
Bch. 1928 
15:
Fan's yer muckle ait?

[Preceding used as n.]

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