Definition - The version of English spoken by the people who live in the Lowlands of Scotland.

1. This is the language of the conquerors as opposed to Gaelic, the Celtic language of the conquered aboriginals.

Example -
I'm wanting a drink

Oxford English Dictionary -
The term's first citation is from 1759:
"The letters were very early translated into Scottish."
(Robertson Hist. Scot. Wks. 1851 II. 368)

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