Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
†GOW, v.3 To bawl, howl, squeal; used by old people of youngsters crying on account of a hurt (Ork. 1911 Old-Lore Misc. IV. ii. 73).
Ork. 1910 Ib. III. iv. 209:
I had no sooner got out from our house, fellow, when what did I hear but a lot of swine gowing about my feet. Ork. 1911 Ib. IV. ii. 73:
Ye're gowing aboot dat like a dog gotten i the head wi' a bane.
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