Words and Phrases
slap

“slap”

Meaning:

gap in a hedge

In Literature:

Excerpt from Larne Hirin' Fair by John Clifford

An ’ then there’s usefu’ handy chaps
sae guid at biggin’ dykes and slaps;
can milk a coo or feed a pig,
can swing a scythe or set a rig

Excerpt from Oot Here Mae Lane by Charlie Gillen

She stans near the slap
an’, I tigh’en the straps
an’ I yok tae the ploo yince again

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