adj.
1) term used to describe someone from scotland. (note: not every1 there rolls their R's and says occh I jimmy al the time)
2) a type of dialect. the scottish language was originally a form of gaelic, from when the irish settled in scotland. That language is rapidly going away and so a form of english is more commonly used in scotland.

n.
the collective noun the "scottish" are a group of people who are born in scotland and face many prejudices from narrow-minded idiots.
seriously, wot is with all the other definitions??? they are completely steriotyped, the people should either get a life or at least VISIT SCOTLAND and see for themselves that the scottish arent all whiskey-drinking, sheep-shagging, kilt-wearing, aggresive pigs.
by snob impersonator January 04, 2005
An adjective describing a pleasurable sexual experience.
What a Scottish Shag!
by The Raging Scotsman November 12, 2003
1. Something or someone originating in Scotland.
2. The Doric, sometimes thought of as a dialect of English but this is incorrect. Germanic, has the same root as English.
NB - This is sometimes taken to mean "someone who drinks whiskey, eats haggis and regularly says 'och aye Jimmy'". This is highly offensive - I'm Scottish, I like haggis, hate whiskey and... well, the words 'och aye Jimmy' were invented for an English music hall!
The frequent Anglo-American misuse.
by Nvok February 16, 2005
A bunch of Irish Warriors who got lost,and settled north of Hadrians Wall later assimilated lots of blue painted guys(Picts,not smurfs!)
There are two types of people in this world.
1. Scottish.
2. People who want to be.
by Wallace's pet flea August 18, 2006
AYE AM SCOTTISH, AYE, AM FUCKIN AMAZING LIKE THE REST.
me, im scottish
by FireAlarm14 May 03, 2010
the language of scotland
I AM SCOTTISH SO I MAY SAY
"GIT IT RITE UP YE, YA PRRICK"
"SQUARE GO"
"MON THEN"
"YA DOBBER"
by SCOTLAND THE BRAVE July 15, 2008
People who have back grounds and ancesters who are Scottish and who live and/or come from Scotland.
Its a Nationality not a Stereotype.

Most of Scots don't wear Kilts. Kilts are a Scottish tradition and are sometimes worn in weddings and shows such as a Ceilidh etc. Hardly ever as general use.

Haggis is ate as a remembrance of Robert Burns ate on the 25th Of Febuary. And Whiskey is a drink from Scotland but it drunk all over the world.
The man next door is Scottish
by Niyko July 24, 2005

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