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Date Posted: 15:11:24 12/07/15 Mon
Author: LisaW
Subject: I love the word for these. Is it a Scottish word?
In reply to: Helka 's message, "QOTD for Monday, December 7, 2015 The following quote is taken from Dragonfly in Amber by Diana Gabaldon, chapter 1, Muster in the Roll. Copyright 1992 by Diana Gabaldon, All Rights Reserved." on 20:25:19 12/06/15 Sun


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[> [> I googled the word and Wikipedia, (the most reliable source of information) says a gaberlunzie is Scots word for a licensed beggar. -- Helka, 20:42:50 12/07/15 Mon

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