Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
†SCROAB, n. A variant of Eng. scrub, a stunted bush.
Wgt. 1726 G. Fraser Lowland Lore (1880) 38:
Cutting and away taking of Whinds and Whin scroabs out of his parks of Clarie and pennynghame.
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