Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
CELLAR, n. “The best room in the house” (Cai.3 1930); the principal apartment in the house of a crofter.
Ork. 1920 J. Firth Reminisc. Ork. Par. (1922) 12:
Beyond the mid-gable was the ben-end, which was reached through the cellar-door. Cai. 1849 J. T. Calder St Mary's Fair 43:
Meantime from out the crowded barn retired, Snug in the “cellar” sit the married folks.
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