Gaberlunzie

Gaberlunzie i is a medieval Scots word for a licensed beggar. The name may derive from the wallet that such people carry, but there is no other known derivation. The word appears in several of Sir Walter Scott`s books. It also makes an appearance in Patrick Obrian`s Aubrey/Maturin series (Treason`s Harbour). It can be spelled gaberlunyie, since......
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Gaberlunzie

[duo] Gaberlunzie are a Scottish folk duo. Featuring Gordon Menzies and Robin Watson, they have now been on the scene for over thirty years. Both were former Glasgow policemen, and together they have recorded many albums of traditional and original Scottish folk songs. ==Discography== Gaberlunzie now have 22 releases including :- Brave Word...
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Gaberlunzie

a tinker or beggar.
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