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Compare Irish seoch.

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sheugh ‎(plural sheughs)

  1. (Ireland, Scotland) A ditch, especially a field boundary ditch usually used to drain fields and mark their boundaries.
  2. (Scotland, colloquial) The space between the buttocks.
    The sweat is running down the sheugh of my arse.

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