Words and Phrases
Ye maun quit it

“Ye maun quit it”

Meaning:

You’ll have to leave that; you must give that up

In Literature:

Excerpt from The Christening by WG Lyttle

“Deed, Mat, ye maun quit it,” said his wife.
“A wud rather see ye bringin’ in a bag of Inglis’s flooer
than a jar o’ whusky ony day.”


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