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Last edited 18 Aug 2021
In very general terms, the word (or adverb) 'ish' is used to mean 'to a certain extent', such as, 'the person was tallish" or "were they tall?", "...ish".
In Scottish law, the word 'ish' might also be used to refer to the right of an occupant to gain access to through the property of another, for example, title deeds might include the phrase: 'free ish and entry therefrom and thereto over the common
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