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The language adds an 'ie' ending to nouns to express smallness such as 'laddie' and 'lassie' for a young boy and young girl and 'shoppie' for a small shop.
Scottish English words include 'wee' for small, 'bonnie' for pretty, 'bairn' for child and 'kirk' for church.
'Many a mickle makes a muckle' relates to the English idiom ‘look after the pennies and the pounds look after themselves’.
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