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Robert Burns (25 Januar 1759 in Allowa, Ayrshire – 21 Julie 1796 in Dumfries), cawed Robbie or Rabbie Burns, is the naitional poet o Scotland. He wrate in Scots, wi whiles some Inglis influence. He is widely kent as the naitional makar o Scotland, an his wark is celebrate aw ower the warld. Athort the warld he is the best kent o the mony makars that haes wrocht in the Scots leid, tho he forby screived mony poems in Inglis an in a kynd o licht Scots that can be eithly read by fowk nae sae acquaint wi Scots, within an furth o Scotland. Burns is aften regairdit as a pioneer o the Romantic Muivment, an efter his daith he became a seembol an important springheid o inspiration tae the foonders o baith Leiberalism an Socialism. He haes become a cultural icon o Scotland, baith in Scotland itsel an amang Scots that haes flittit tae fremmit airts.
Frae a collection o Wikipedia's airticles:
- ... that the hairst moose (picturt) is aboot hauf the wecht o the hoose moose?
- ... that the Scots Cup is the auldest naitional fitba trophy in the warld?
- ... that ower 99% o aw the species that ever leeved on Yird are extinct?
- ... that Amelia E. Huddleston Barr wis a Breetish novelist an teacher that wrote anent Scotland?