Army racing at the command of the king to erect the siege ladders against the castle.
The Scottish Word:

Lether.

Lether thon waw lads ahn get intae them meschants abune us like a dug leatherin a bawd ahn we’ll finish this seige the-day.

Translated:

lether, ledder: ladder.

Get the ladders up all over that wall lads and get in to that wicked lot up there above us like a hound tearing into a hare and we’ll have this seige finished today.

ˈlɛðər
The Scottish Word: lether with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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