hieland

hieland

(ˈhiːlənd)
adj
1. a variant of Highland
2. characteristic of Highlanders, esp alluding to their supposed gullibility or foolishness in towns or cities
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I've a great notion of the family, and I mean to do the right by you; but while I'm taking a bit think to mysel' of what's the best thing to put you to -- whether the law, or the meenistry, or maybe the army, whilk is what boys are fondest of -- I wouldnae like the Balfours to be humbled before a wheen Hieland Campbells, and I'll ask you to keep your tongue within your teeth.
on the theme of love, includes as the principal exemplars Hieland Mary,
Four years later three women from Elgin 'confessir thame to bein ane dance callit gillatrype singing a foull hieland sang'.
To the tune of Granny's Hieland Hame, it starts off: