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

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Scraper, n. Also: skra(i)per. [e.m.E scraper (1552); Scrap(e v.] a. Hege-scraper n., q.v. b. An implement for scraping. c. A golf-club ‘of the niblick or bunker iron sort’ (SND). — a. Ane curloreous coffe, that hege skraper He sittis at hame quhen that thay baik; Pedder C. 49.
b. Twa scraperis to the spargeris; 1560 Edinb. Old Acc. II 99.
Ane baik house table with ane iron skraiper; 1685 Soc. Ant. LVIII 365.
c. Ane sett of golfe-clubs … an play club, ane scraper [etc.]; 1691 Dickinson Two Students at St. Andrews xxxix.

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