Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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KEERACK, n. Also kerrach. A bit of peat (Abd. 1932 Dieth 133). [′kirɪk] Abd. 1908 J. G. Michie Deeside Tales 292:
“Kerrach”, a small bit of peat.

[Gael. caoireag, a small dry peat.]

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