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Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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First published 1968 (SND Vol. VII).

PAG, v. To cram, fill to the utmost. Also in n.Eng. dial.Kcb. 1897 A. J. Armstrong Robbie Rankine at Exhibition 34, 49:
You're no' to try an' pag my noddle fu' o' sic stuff. . . . Has a pow weel pagg'd wi' lear.

[A conflation of Pack and Pang.]

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