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Major regions in Scotland e. Aberdeen, Ayrshire, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Fife, Inverness have their own distinct accents and dialect words.
Many older words survive thanks to the poetry of Robert Burns and others. Only words in general use are included below.
There are dictionaries of Scottish words, e. The following web links may also be useful:.
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A visitor to Scotland is most likely to come across standard English pronounced in the local fashion. However Scotland has its own distinct language, with similar roots to English but also affinities to Scandinavian languages.
The following list gives sample Scottish words that a visitor or reader might come across, and is certainly not complete. Most words are likely to be used only in Scotland, but some are known to English speakers in general.
The spelling of some words is unclear as the language is mostly spoken. Some words also have other meanings. Some Scottish given first names derive from the Gaelic, some from other settlers' languages matufe.
Here are some common examples:. Some family names derive from Scottish towns e.
Place names in Scotland often have common prefixes, many derived from Gaelic or Norse. Here are a few sample prefixes:. Up one level to Basic Guide to Scotland.
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The pattern of stress kady usually that of English, but in some proper names the last syllable is stressed e. Dun- barDun- lop.
This is silent in some proper names e.