Wa', waw, a wall. Wab, a web. Wabster, a weaver. Wad, to wager. Wad, to wed. Wad, would, would have. Wad'a, would have. Wadna, would not. Wadset, a mortgage. Wae, woful, sorrowful. Wae, wo; wae's me = wo is to me. Waesucks, alas! Wae worth, wo befall. Wair, v. ware. Wale, to choose. Wale, choice. Walie, wawlie, choice, ample, large. Wallop, to kick; to dangle; to gallop; to dance. Waly fa', ill befall! Wame, the belly. Wamefou, bellyful. Wan, won. Wanchancie, dangerous. Wanrestfu', restless. Ware, wair, to spend; bestow. Ware, worn. Wark, work. Wark-lume, tool. Warl', warld, world. Warlock, a wizard Warl'y, warldly, worldly. Warran, warrant. Warse, worse. Warsle, warstle, wrestle. Wast, west. Wastrie, waste. Wat, wet. Wat, wot, know. Water-fit, water-foot (the river's mouth). Water-kelpies, v. kelpies. Wauble, to wobble. Waught, a draft. Wauk, to awake. Wauken, to awaken. Waukin, awake. Waukit (with toil), horny. Waukrife, wakeful. Waulie, jolly. Waur, worse. Waur, to worst. Waur't, worsted, beat. Wean (wee one), a child. Weanies, babies. Weason, weasand. Wecht, a measure for corn. Wee, a little; a wee = a short space or time. Wee things, children. Weel, well. Weel-faured, well-favored. Weel-gaun, well-going. Weel-hain'd, well-saved. Weepers, mournings (on the steeve or hat). Werena, were not. We'se, we shall. Westlin, western. Wha, who. Whaizle, wheeze. Whalpet, whelped. Wham, whom. Whan, when. Whang, a shive. Whang, flog. Whar, whare, where. Wha's whose. Wha's, who is. Whase, whose. What for, whatfore, wherefore. Whatna, what. What reck, what matter; nevertheless. Whatt, whittled. Whaup, the curlew. Whaur, where. Wheep, v. penny-wheep. Wheep, jerk. Whid, a fib. Whiddin, scudding. Whids, gambols. Whigmeleeries, crotches. Whingin, whining. Whins, furze. Whirlygigums, flourishes. Whist, silence. Whissle, whistle. Whitter, a draft. Whittle, a knife. Wi', with. Wick a bore, hit a curling-stone obliquely and send it through an opening. Wi's, with his. Wi't, with it. Widdifu', gallows-worthy. Widdle, wriggle. Wiel, eddy. Wight, strong, stout. Wighter, more influential. Willcat wildcat. Willyart, disordered. Wimple, to meander. Win, won. Winn, to winnow. Winna, will not. Winnin, winding. Winnock, window. Winnock-bunker, v. bunker. Win't, did wind. Wintle, a somersault. Wintle, to stagger; to swing; to wriggle. Winze, a curse. Wiss, wish. Won, to dwell. Wonner, a wonder. Woo', wool. Woodie, woody, a rope (originally of withes); a gallows rope. Woodies, twigs, withes. Wooer-babs, love-knots. Wordy, worthy. Worset, worsted. Worth, v. wae worth. Wraith, ghost. Wrang, wrong. Wud, wild, mad. Wumble, wimble. Wyliecoat, undervest. Wyte (weight), blame. Wyte, to blame; to reproach.