"Outwith" is a wonderful word. Though I am not a Scot, I will die on this hill (or brae).


@arclight It generally used in place of “outside of <bounds condition>” or “excepting from <…>”, but can also mean simply the opposite of “within” (cf “without”).
What you’re looking for is “get tae…”. 😉

@arclight No clue about Gaelic. Can’t even fathom the orthography! Better off talking with @Olaindeach about that.

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