Thanks Wade for checking out this link. I found another Scottish site
(very interesting, see URL below) and this was their answer:
>http://www.rmplc.co.uk/eduweb/sites/grampit/doric.html is now part of
>http://www.eduweb.co.uk/ but there is no trace of the original Doric
>pages. I've removed the link.
>If you are interested following up the Doric language there are a few
>books in the subject which you may be able to obtain through the usual
>on-line sources (though www.amazon.co.uk for example rather than
>www.amazon.com ). "Spik o' the Place" by Norman Harper is a sort of Doric
>dictionary while "A Dash o' Doric" and "Anither Dash o' Doric" (both by
>Norman Harper and Robbie Shepherd) are collections of humour from the
>north-east. All three are in paperback.
>Scottish Culture Guide at About
South Hobart, Tasmania
researching GORDON GIBB YOUNG SPENCE PAUL MURRISON CRAIG DAVIDSON