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graip

(ɡreɪp)
n
(Tools) dialect Scot a long-handled fork for digging dung
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However, only five loans (axle-tooth 'a molar tooth', graip 'a three- or four-pronged fork used as a dungfork or for digging', hagworm 'an adder', slape 'slippery, smooth', and steg 'a gander') are recorded exclusively in the northern counties (see Map I).