- Title Pages
- Editors' Preface
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 DOST and the Literary Scholar
- Chapter 3 The History and Development of DOST
- Chapter 4 ‘There is Nothing Like a Good Gossip’: Baptism, Kinship and Alliance in Early Modern Scotland
- Chapter 5 ‘Wyne Confortative’: Wine in Scotland from the Thirteenth till the Eighteenth Centuries
- Chapter 6 Law and Lexicography: DOST and Late Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Shipping Law
- Chapter 7 Cereal Terms in the DOST Record
- Chapter 8 The Spread of a Word: Scail in Scots and Sgaoil in Gaelic
- Chapter 9 Place Names as Evidence in the History of Scots
- Chapter 10 DOST and MED and the Virtues of Sibling Rivalry
- Chapter 11 Was it Murder? John Comyn of Badenoch and William, Earl of Douglas
- Chapter 12 Interpreting Scots Measurement Terms: a Cautionary Tale
- Chapter 13 The Use of the Scottish National Dictionaries in the Study of Traditional Construction
- Chapter 14 DOST and LAOS: a Caledonian Symbiosis?
- Chapter 15 Envoi
- Appendix 1 The Editors of DOST
- Appendix 2 Contributors to this volume
- Perspectives on the Older Scottish Tongue
M. G. Dareau
K. L. Pike
- Edinburgh University Press
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