from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See skug.
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"Na, na, my leddy," returned Malcolm, laughing; "for as bonny's ye are, ye wad be but sma 'scoug (shelter)."
"The road lies ower the tap o 'the Halshach, as eerie and bare a place as ever was hill-moss, wi' never a scoug or bield in't, frae the tae side to the tither.
Come doon by, an 'i' the scoug o 'a rock, I'll tell ye a' aboot it. "