Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

from 1976 supplement

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HORSE, n., v. I. 2. Add: horse-gait = horse-gang (15) (b). m.Lth. 1755  Session Papers, Hog v. Wallace (19 Dec.) 6:
A Horse-gait (i.e. a Circle where the Horses run).

horse-guts, small broken clouds scattered across the sky a sign of bad weather (Ags. 975).

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