by Robert Burns


      Rab, rob.      Rade, rode.      Raep, a rope.      Ragweed, ragwort.      Raibles, recites by rote.      Rair, to roar.      Rairin, roaring.      Rair't, roared.      Raise, rase, rose.      Raize, to excite, anger.      Ramfeezl'd, exhausted.      Ramgunshoch, surly.      Ram-stam, headlong.      Randie, lawless, obstreperous.      Randie, randy, a scoundrel, a rascal.      Rant, to rollick, to roister.      Rants, merry meetings; rows.      Rape, v. raep.      Raploch, homespun.      Rash, a rush.      Rash-buss, a clump of rushes.      Rashy, rushy.      Rattan, rattoon, a rat.      Ratton-key, the rat-quay.      Raucle, rough, bitter, sturdy.      Raught, reached.      Raw, a row.      Rax, to stretch, to extend.      Ream, cream, foam.      Ream, to cream, to foam.      Reave, to rob.      Rebute, rebuff.      Red, advised, afraid.      Red, rede, to advise, to counsel.      Red-wat-shod, red-wet-shod.      Red-wud, stark mad.      Reek, smoke.      Reekie, reeky, smoky.      Reestit, scorched.      Reestit, refused to go.      Reif, theiving.      Remead, remedy.      Rickles, small stacks of corn in the fields.      Rief, plunder.      Rig, a ridge.      Riggin, the roof-tree, the roof.      Rigwoodie, lean.      Rin, to run.      Ripp, a handful of corn from the sheaf.      Ripplin-kame, the wool or flax comb.      Riskit, cracked.      Rive, to split, to tear, to tug, to burst.      Rock, a distaff.      Rockin, a social meeting.      Roon, round, shred.      Roose, to praise, to flatter.      Roose, reputation.      Roosty, rusty.      Rottan, a rat.      Roun', round.      Roupet, exhausted in voice.      Routh, v. rowth.      Routhie, well-stocked.      Row, rowe, to roll; to flow, as a river; to wrap.      Rowte, to low, to bellow.      Rowth, plenty, a store.      Rozet, resin.      Run-deils, downright devils.      Rung, a cudgel.      Runkl'd, wrinkled.      Runt, a cabbage or colewort stalk.      Ryke, to reach.