Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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GLAUP, n. “A small quantity served up for part of a meal. ‘A glaup o' parritch'” (Ayr. 1916 T.S.D.C. II.; m.Lth.1 1954). [glp]

[A variant form of Glaip, a mouthful.]

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