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scug

n. 1 (context Northern England Scottish English) shade, shadow. 2 (context Northern England Scottish English) a shelter, a sheltered place (especially on the side of a hill). 3 (lb en dialectal) a squirrel. 4 (context dated slang English) A lower-school or inferior boy. vb. 1 (context Northern England Scottish transitive English) To shelter; to protect. 2 (context Northern England Scottish intransitive English) To hide; to take shelter.

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Scug

Scug \Scug\ (sk[u^]g), v. i. [Cf. Dan. skygge to darken, a shade, SW. skugga to shade, a shade, Icel. skyggja to shade, skuggi a shade.] To hide. [Prov. Eng.]
--Halliwell.

Scug

Scug \Scug\, n. A place of shelter; the declivity of a hill. [Prov. Eng.]
--Halliwell.