The Scottish Word:

Sclaff

“So how did ye like that sclaff in the lug then?”

Translated:

sclaff: slap obliquely, graze with the open hand or something flat in an oblique warning scuff sort of way.

“So how did ye like that soft flattish sort of slap to the ear then?”

[sclaff spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

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