sprote

See also: šprote

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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Originally of German extraction, to be fashionable, made popular during the reign of the King George III of England 1780s.

AdjectiveEdit

sprote ‎(comparative more sprote, superlative most sprote)

  1. Of dapper attire.

Usage notesEdit

Restricted to the rural areas on the east coast of Scotland.

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