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

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Truffur, Truphane, n. [OF trufeor, truffour, truf(f)ant, all f. truf(f)er to deceive, mock, deride; Truf(f n. Also in the later dial.] A deceiver, a cheat. — A tyrant a tormentour A truphane a tratlour; Colk. Sow i 78.
Truffuris; Doug. viii Prol. 170 (1553) (see Truf(f n.).

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