How to count in Scots (Scots Leid), a West Germanic language spoken mainly in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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|0||nocht / zero|
|1||ane / wan||first|
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Note: This information comes from the from L Colin Wilson's Luath Scots Language Learner, which focuses particularly on the Scots of North East Scotland, or Doric. There are other dialects of Scots, and other ways of writing Scots.
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