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  1. supplementary (2005) to Crockanition n. thocht he'd caa the pulpit tae crockanation an flee aff throw the stained glaiss windae.  
  2. supplementary (2005) to Glutter n., v. New Writing Scotland 17: Friends and Kangaroos 35: Ah'd watch fae the windae, alang the grey, gluthery 
  3. Jink n.2.: The back-window being up a jink, I heard the two confabbing. m.Lth.1 1908: Pit up the windae juist a 
  4. supplementary (2005) to Tar n., v. Windae Hingin' and Busker Singin' 31: Sittin' oan the pavement, burstin' black taur bubbles,Ye better get 
  5. supplementary (2005) to Shidder n., v. windae wi a paper, but ye couldna get near a lassie.  
  6. supplementary (2005) to Fling v., n. thocht he'd caa the pulpit tae crockanation an flee aff throw the stained glaiss windae.  
  7. supplementary (2005) to Baudrons n.: Aneth ma windae, the meen on the reef,The bawdrons' silhouettesAnd their Chinee tunes.  
  8. supplementary (2005) to Burd n.1 McGonigal New Writing Scotland 14: Full Strength Angels 20: It's thon tree ootside the bedroom windae 
  9. supplementary (2005) to Crabbit adj. windae, she wid always bawl. Sc. 2000 Herald 6 Mar 16: Snapshots of days spent doggin' school, late 
  10. supplementary (2005) to Raither adv. Windae Hingin' and Busker Singin' 13: Ah'd rether hiv a job, black hauns an' dirty face,Be able oan a 
  11. supplementary (2005) to Window n. 18: Huv ye ever hid a guid hing?Dae ye ken whit a guid hing is?Weel, ye fling open yer windae,Plant nearly fainted. An auld guy got angry at me through his windae. I could–I don't need tae but I could–go knees.Sc. 1997 Scotsman 8 Aug 24: A Scottish council has officially bracketed "windae hingin" with drug 
  12. supplementary (2005) to Tear v.2, n.2. Add quot.: Gsw. 1991 Margaret Sinclair Windae Hingin' and Busker Singin' 13: Drink's oot the windae 
  13. supplementary (2005) to Chookie n. burdie, tow-lo-lolLaid an egg on the windae soleThe windae sole began tae crackAn chookie, chookie burdie 
  14. supplementary (2005) to Scrunt n.1, adj., v.1 windae boxIntae a pooder room. I. 2. Hence scrunty Add quots.: ne.Sc. 1991 Alexander Hutchison in 
  15. supplementary (2005) to Heeze v., n.1 fae the settee. He walked ower ti the windae like a man in a dwalm. Abd. 2000 Sheena Blackhall The 
  16. supplementary (2005) to Hielandman n. 'Heilanman's Umbrella'. Gsw. 1991 Margaret Sinclair Windae Hingin' and Busker Singin' 25: The heilandman's 
  17. supplementary (2005) to Ile n.1, v. 15: Thurs nae danger ae you openin the windae! That wid lit the cauld in an we'd hiv tae turn the 
  18. supplementary (2005) to Coupon n.2 windae stuff. ...'Sc. 1996 Daily Record 30 Dec 13: Yon big chanty wrastler just wannered me in the 
  19. supplementary (2005) to Dram n.1, v.1 quenching his rage with a dram of the Provost's whisky. Gsw. 1991 Margaret Sinclair Windae Hingin' and 
  20. supplementary (2005) to Fause adj., n., v. wa.Dundee 2000 Matthew Fitt But n Ben A-Go-Go 60: Paolo's heid stotted against the windae. His elba 
  21. supplementary (2005) to Buroo n., I suppose I might, I don't really need it just now."Gsw. 1991 Margaret Sinclair Windae Hingin' and Busker Singin' 13: Drink's oot the windae noo, the broo money's needed fur the hoose, ...Cai. 1992 James broo, you don't have to act like a fucking alkie.'Gsw. 1991 Margaret Sinclair Windae Hingin' and Busker 
  22. Rat n.2, v.1 raated mi airm on the dake so I gied up the chase. Edb. 1954: Look at the wey the windae's aa ratted wi 
  23. supplementary (2005) to Schule n., v. could fill a bucket on ma ain windae sillIt's wur watter.m.Sc. 1998 Ian Cameron The Jimmy Shand Story 95 
  24. supplementary (2005) to Aye adv. Presents 18: Ye need tae mind yer rollers but,They aye catch oan the windae frame. m.Sc. 1998 Lillias 
  25. supplementary (2005) to Jaw v., n. tenement courtyard. Edb. 1999: A jawbox wis a sink in a windae wi a bunker at the side fur coal. The hail 
  26. supplementary (2005) to Malkie n. fae the Toonheid gave me this twelve-stitcher but you should've seen his coupon — butcher's windae 
  27. supplementary (2005) to Wir windae sillIt's wur watter. Ork. 1998 Herald 5 Jun 23: (I'm reminded of the Orkney farmer who said 
  28. supplementary (2005) to Wunner n., v., adv. Maley From the Calton to Catalonia 12: Its [sic] a wunner they didnae jump oot the windae! I. 1. (2 
  29. Chaps v. Scots Mag. (Aug.) 329: Auntie, chaps me to dae oot the windae. Bnff.6 c.1920: Chaps me the first bite o 
  30. Teet v., n.1-meeserie, Whar is du teetin? Bnff. 1968 Bnff. Advertiser (11 Jan.) 8: Dinna ee come teetin' at oor windae 
  31. supplementary (2005) to Shot n.1, v., interj. the windae. Raymie could detect a labdick in a crowded street the wey that sharks can sense a few 
  32. supplementary (2005) to Ower prep., adv., adj., v., n. Niven Past Presents 18: Dae ye ken whit a guid hing is?Weel, ye fling open yer windae,Plant yer elbows 
  33. supplementary (2005) to Weel adv., adj. ye ken whit a guid hing is?Weel, ye fling open yer windae,Plant her elbows ower the ledgeAn hae a 
  34. supplementary (2005) to But adv., prep.1, adj., n.1 Presents 18: Ye need tae mind yer rollers but,They aye catch oan the windae frame.em.Sc. 2000 James 
  35. Window n. Aug.) 6; ne., wm.Sc. 1974), windae (Lnl. 1910 J. White Eppie Gray 6, Abd. 1931 D. Campbell Uncle Andie 
  36. Peter prop. n.): He gart his fingers play “petery-dick” on her windae peens. Bnff. 1963 Bnff. Advertiser (4 July): The 
  37. supplementary (2005) to Stair n.1 officially bracketed "windae hingin" with drug dealing, neighbours from hell, owners of large uncontrollable 
  38. supplementary (2005) to Tattie n. wife pints oot the kitchen windae wi the tattie champer. ne.Sc. 2004 Press and Journal 26 Apr 12: Fit 
  39. supplementary (2005) to Get v. Windae Hingin' and Busker Singin' 20: Come up fur yer tea wean, ah'll no tell ye again, If ye don't heed 
  40. supplementary (2005) to Green adj., n. friendly with Mrs Sloan, ye know, her that's daughter's a Green Lady.' Gsw. 1991 Margaret Sinclair Windae 
  41. supplementary (2005) to Guid adj., adv., n., v. whit a guid hing is?Weel, ye fling open yer windae,Plant her elbows ower the ledgeAn hae a guid gowp 
  42. supplementary (2005) to Hing v., n. open yer windae,Plant yer elbows ower the ledgeAn hae a guid gowp oot. Edb. 2003: Ma Ma telt me it wis 
  43. supplementary (2005) to Piece n.1 Plooms and Candy Balls 43: Mammy, Mammy can ye throw me doon another piece 'n' jam.Up goes the windae 
  44. supplementary (2005) to Scunner v., n. next?A could fill a bucket on ma ain windae sillIt's wur watter. Sc. 2000 Herald 7 Aug 3: Fish an 
  45. supplementary (2005) to Hae v.1, n.1 guid hing is?Weel, ye fling open yer windae,Plant yer elbows ower the ledgeAn hae a guid gowp oot. I 
  46. supplementary (2005) to Lowp v., n.? Juist wan, sma, wee favour for me...juist wan, sma, wee loup oot the windae and Ah'll be in yer debt 
  47. Hing v., n. street below . . . “Hingan owre the windae wi my elbaes in my hands.” 2. Specif. usages, gen. in ppl.adj forget that one of the delights of urban life is a “Guid hing oot the windae” to see the crowds and to be 
  48. supplementary (2005) to Gae v. stanes, goannae biggA new ToonGsw. 1991 Margaret Sinclair Windae Hingin' and Busker Singin' 26: The 
  49. Out prep., adv., v., n., adj., interj. Aug.): He chanced tae glance oot at the windae. (4) Gall. 1824 MacTaggart Gallov. Encycl. 499: Coming 
  50. Ower prep., adv., adj., v., n. windae.” 4. As a result of, owing to, through. Rare. Ags. 1892 A. Reid Howetoon 139: Lat his harrans rin 

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