Lowland Scots


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  • Lowland Scots — can refer to:* people of Lowland Scotland * Scots language …   Wikipedia

  • Lowland Scots — Robert Burns schrieb seine Lyrik in Scots Mit dem Begriff (Lowland) Scots (auch „Lallans“) wird eine Sprache oder eine Reihe von Dialekten bezeichnet, die in Schottland im Tiefland – nicht jedoch im (ehemaligen) gälischen Sprachgebiet der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • lowland scots — noun Usage: capitalized L&S : Scots spoken in the Lowlands * * * Lowland Scots [Lowland Scots] ; » ↑Lallans …   Useful english dictionary

  • Lowland Scots — noun The Germanic language variety traditionally spoken in Lowland Scotland and parts of Ulster, as distinct from Scottish Gaelic …   Wiktionary

  • Lowland Scots — …   Википедия

  • Scots — (Scots, Lallans) Gesprochen in Schottland, Nordirland (Ulster Scots) Sprecher 1,5 Millionen Linguistische Klassifikation Indogermanische Sprachen Germanische Sprachen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Scots — may refer to: *The Scottish people, the inhabitants of Scotland *Scottish Gaelic language, Gàidhlig *Scots language (also known as Lowland Scots to distinguish it from Gàidhlig) *Scottish English *Scots pine, a Scottish tree *Short for Pound… …   Wikipedia

  • Scots language — Not to be confused with Scottish English or Scottish Gaelic. Scots (Braid) Scots, Lallans Spoken in United Kingdom (Scotland and Northern Ireland), Republic of Ireland Region …   Wikipedia

  • Scots language — ▪ language also called  Lowland Scots        the historic language of the people of Lowland Scotland, and one closely related to English. The word Lallans, which was originated by the Scottish poet Robert Burns (Burns, Robert), is usually used… …   Universalium

  • Lowland Clearances — The Lowland Clearances (Scottish Gaelic: Fuadaich nan Galltachd ) in Scotland were one of the results of the British Agricultural Revolution, which changed the traditional system of agriculture which had existed in Lowland Scotland for hundreds… …   Wikipedia

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