Scottish Language Dictionaries - the nation's resource for the Scots language.
We research Scots texts from all periods of history, and record and analyse the language as it is spoken and written throughout Scotland today.
From this research we compile and maintain authoritative dictionaries of Scots, including the great historical dictionaries, A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue and the Scottish National Dictionary, the scholarly single volume Concise Scots Dictionary and the handy Essential Scots Dictionary.
Scottish Language Dictionaries maintains an active outreach programme and enquiries about the Scots Language are always welcome.
Our Scuilwab is specially designed for teachers, young people from nursery to university, and Scots language learners.
Announcement: AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Studentship
Protocols for the use of name evidence in lexicography: comparative analysis of onomastic and non-onomastic data for historical and contemporary Scots
Applications are invited for a PhD at the University of Glasgow offered under the AHRC CDA programme with Scottish Language Dictionaries.
The studentship will be based at the University of Glasgow and will be co-supervised by Professor Carole Hough and Dr Wendy Anderson (Glasgow) and Dr Alison Grant (Scottish Language Dictionaries). For more information, click here.