dyvour


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dyvour

(ˈdaɪvə)
n
Scot a person who is bankrupt, begs for money, or owes money
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Dyvour makes its entry into Scots in line 410 of Dunbar's Tretis of the Twa Mariit Wemen and the Wedo, where the last exalts in the death of an unloved spouse:
Top seed Ross Matheson beat unseeded Alan Mac-Donald 6-4, 6-2 to take the Scottish Equitable Scottish Grasscourts title for the first time at Dyvours in Edinburgh.
Top seed Ross Matheson beat Alan MacDonald 6-4, 6-2 to take the Scottish Grasscourts title for the first time at Dyvours in Edinburgh.