BROAD SCOTS, also Broad Scotch, Braid Scots. Traditional terms for SCOTS or for its more distinctive dialects. Unlike many other expressions involving broad, the terms are generally neutral or positive: ‘In plain braid Scots hold forth a plain braid story’ ( Robert Burns, Brigs of Ayr, 1787). See BROAD.
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