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The year, 'at slips sae fast away,
Glossary for the Examples of Cumberland Dialect
Some, too many, of the entries in the glossaries simply show a different pronunciation of an ordinary word rather than a dialect word (pleace/place). Some entries explain an ordinary word by another (gash/cut); excepting that I am uncertain what is an ordinary word in the late 18th century.
'at thame abuin = that them above
Perhaps the more interesting words are:-
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