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Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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First published 1956 (SND Vol. IV).

FJ-, the spelling adopted by some Sh. writers, esp. Jak., under the influence of Norse. For Sc., the spelling fi- or fy- is preferable. Hence for FJAAG; FJAEDIN; FJAG; FJANDEN, -DI(N); FJANSKIN; FJARM; FJEDIN; FJIECH; FJIM; FJOG; FJORA, -RIN; FJUG, see Fyag; Feyadin; Fyag; Fiandin; Finaskien; Fyarm; Feyadin; Feech, int., n.; Fim; Fyog; Fiorin; Fyog.

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