LoisTed Macdonald wrote:
> 
> Hallo a Leslie,
> 
> Chunnaic mi a' theachdaireachd "test" agad, ach de\ bha thu a' ciallachadh
> le " Cuir oirre di\meas..."?
> 
> I saw your test message, but what did you mean by "Cuir oirre di\meas..."?
> 
> Tha Dwelly ag radh "Cuir air di\meas = despise". Chan urrain dhomh
> cuir  di\meas ort, a bhana-charaid.
> 
> Dwelly says ............  I can't despise you, my friend.
> 


    Oh, oh.  What I meant was "disregard it", and the phrase comes out
of MacLennan, if I recall correctly.  I'm really not out looking for
rejection. :( So where did I go wrong?

SlÓn
Les 
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