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Scots

adjective uk   /skɒts/ us    /skɑːts/
(also Scottish) belonging to or relating to Scotland or its people: His wife is Scots. a Scots accent Scots law Scots Gaelic

Scots

noun [U] uk   /skɒts/ us    /skɑːts/
a language spoken in Scotland that is related to English, but has some important differences: My grandparents still speak broad Scots at home.
(Definition of Scots from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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