Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

from 1976 supplement

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DODDIT, ppl.adj. Add: 3. Fig. Of a church: without a tower or spire. Ags. 1899  C. Sievwright Garland 44:
Noo they've gotten a schule o' their ain, an' some day sune they may get a Kirk. Maybe it will be a dodit ane.

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