Words and Phrases
simmit

“simmit”

Meaning:

a man’s vest

Alternative spelling/meaning:

simmet; simit

In Literature:

Excerpt from Thonner an Thon by James Fenton

Tae wak an fin yin moarnin blak
the empty sark, the simmet slak,
the baith taen up an niver bak,

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