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A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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First published 1937 (DOST Vol. I).
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Customable, -abil, a. [ME. customable (Wyclif), var. of Custumable.] a. Customary, usual. b. Liable to pay customs. — c1490 Irland Asl. MS. I. 72/16.
Outwith tyme customable to ete & drink
1582 Conv. Burghs I. 159.
All … customes … belonging to his Maiestie of all gudis custom[a]bill
1597 Skene Acts Table s.v. Customers.
Customable gudes may nocht be caried foorth of the Realme

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