A sizeable family with a dead haggis.
The Scottish Word:


“Some hae meat an canna eat, some wad eat but want it, but wi hae meat, an we can eat, sae let the Lord be thankit.”


meat: food, nourishment, a meal.

“Some have food but are unable to eat it, some would feed themselves but have nothing, but we have plenty food and we certainly can eat so let us give thanks to the Lord.”

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The Scottish Word: meat 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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