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First published 1952 (SND Vol. III).

DRAGEN, n. A preparation of meal, phs. meal soaked in water, Drammock.Sc. a.1706 Blythsome Wedding in J. Watson Choice Coll. (1869) i. 10:
There will be Tartan, Dragen and Brachen, And fouth of good gappoks of Skate.

[Prob. conn. with Draik.]

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