Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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GRAMMAR, n. Sc. usage: learning, scholarship. Found in this sense in 16th c. Eng. Ags. 1860  A. Whamond James Tacket vii.:
It's a grand thing college lear; they're weel aff it has grammar.

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