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The pagan origins of Christmas in Scotland Christmas is just around the corner, which means it’s time for all the gorgeous decorations that come along with it. The Pagan origins of Christmas in Scotland is evident in just how many festivals we have throughout the year, stemming from as long ago as our Neolithic ancestors,
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The Doric language Further to my post about Scottish languages, I’d like to write a wee bit more about Doric language, which is the branch of Scots spoken in the East and North East coasts of Scotland (and is my native tongue). It’s very similar to other Scots but has a lot more influence from
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Things to know about Scottish Languages Scottish Languages: Officially, Scotland has 3 languages — English, Gaelic and Scots. Scots and English are Germanic languages which evolved after Anglo Saxons settled in the low-lands, eventually overtaking Gaelic as the most spoken languages in Scotland. Some people consider Scots to be merely a dialect of English, whilst
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