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The Scottish national dictionary, designed partly on regional lines and partly on historical principles, and containing all the Scottish words know to be in use or to have been in use since c.1700 1 edition

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William Grant

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The Scottish national dictionary, designed partly on regional lines and partly on historical principles, and containing all the Scottish words know to be in use or to have been in use since c.1700
edited by William Grant / Duncan.

Published 1941 by Scottish National Dictionary Association in Edinburgh .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

10 vols.

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OL21028303M

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