Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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FAAP, n. n.Sc. forms of Whaup, a curlew; also a cowardly hulking fellow (Cai. 1907 D. B. Nicolson in County of Cai. 71; Cai.9 1950). In comb. faap-mackerel, the garfish, Belone belone (ne.Sc. 1903 G. Sim Fauna ofDee” 258).

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