Definition of Scottice in English:

Scottice

(also Scoticé, Scotice)

adverb

  • Especially introducing the Scots translation of a previously stated term: in Scots.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Thomas Percy (1729–1811), writer and Church of Ireland bishop of Dromore. From post-classical Latin Scottice, Scotice (adverb) in Irish, in Scottish Gaelic, in Scots from Scotticus, Scoticus + classical Latin -ē, suffix forming adverbs.

Pronunciation

Scottice

/ˈskɒtɪsi/