Ther's nivver nowt seems to settle my stummock like a drop o' gin an watter.
Hod thy tail in the watter, lad, and there's hope for thee yit.
But thear he is gooin past th' winder, an he knows ther isn't a drop o' watter i' th' haase, an aw can't bide to fotch ony.
The words after "the watter of Forth," in clause 7, are transferred to this clause, in edit.
“Then sop the watter up,” cried Kenneth mockingly, as a few gallons began to swirl about in the boat.
In using the word water, he pronounced it in his native Doric as "watter."
I once chanced to meitt with a Jew, when I was sailling upoun the watter of Rhene.
It 'll tak' some watter and grace to mak' him ought like, I reckon.
Ay, lad, and once all bog and watter, and hardly a tree from end to end.
To be preceese, I'm of opinion that it was due, the watter, in part to an error o' judgment in another man.