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First published 1968 (SND Vol. VII).
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PEEP, n.3 A kind of small marble (e.Lth. 1965).Hdg. 1886 J. P. Reid Facts & Fancies 193:
I've gat fowre bools, a peep an' a', A glassie an' a jairie.

[Phs. a variant of Eng. pip. Cf. Paip.]

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