Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
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First published 1952 (SND Vol. III).
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†CURGLAFF, CURGLOFF, n. and v.
1. n. “The shock felt in bathing, when one first plunges into the cold water” (Bnff. 1825 Jam.2, curglaff).
2. v. Found only in ppl.adj. curgloft, panic-stricken, confused.Abd. 1737 W. Meston Poems 66:
Curgloft, confounded and bumbaz'd, On East and West, by Turns, he gaz'd.
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