a school of writers describing homely life in Scotland, with much use of Scottish dialect: in vogue toward the close of the 19th century.
a group of writers who depicted the sentimental and homely aspects of life in the Scottish Lowlands from about 1880 to 1914. The best known contributor to the school was J. M. Barrie
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/məʊˈænə/ noun 1. (NZ) seafood
[keyn] /keɪn/ noun, Scot. 1. . [kahyn] /kaɪn/ noun 1. . /keɪn/ noun 1. (history) a variant spelling of cain
/ˈkaɪŋə/ noun 1. (in New Zealand) a Māori village or small settlement Also called (on South Island) kaik
[kahyn-gang] /ˈkaɪnˌgæŋ/ noun, plural Kaingangs (especially collectively) Kaingang. 1. . [kahyn-gang] /ˈkaɪnˌgæŋ/ noun, plural Caingangs (especially collectively) Caingang. 1. a member of an Indian people of southern Brazil. 2. a group of languages spoken by the Caingang, constituting a branch of the Ge family of languages.