Read through our A to Z of Scots Doric words and phrases with their English meaning
Our online Scottish Doric dictionary can be found on the A-Z pages where you can search through our database. Each word or phrase has a translation into their English meaning with the option of choosing 5, 10 or 20 on your screen. Guide your way easily through them with the next and previous button on the bottom of each page. Or simply use our Scottish Translator Tool.
Sadly we are not aware of any Doric dictionary book for sale in local shops such as Waterstone's Aberdeen. Though many have been published over the years, most recently the Robert Gordon University RGU Doric Dictionary which helped raise funds for the charity National Literacy Trust and sold out within months, they are now out of print. Some can still be purchased second hand or through private sellers at Amazon and eBay. Links to these can be found on our book reviews page.
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