1 edition of Scots anticipation found in the catalog.
Possibly by John Witherspoon. Cf. Halkett and Laing.
|Contributions||Witherspoon, John, 1723-1794|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||73|
Northumbrian Old English had been established in south-eastern Scotland as far as the River Forth by the 7th century. It remained largely confined to this area until the 13th century, continuing in common use while Scottish Gaelic was the court language until displaced by Norman French in the early 12th century. English then spread further into Scotland via the burgh. Scots Words: Alt. Scots Words: English Meanings 'boon: above 'bout: about 'daurknin' darkening/twilight 'ee lang: live long 'fore: before 'mang: among 'midst.
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