How to pronounce ‘scottsfield’
Scottsford, a place in the north of England, is famous for its abundance of golf courses.
Its name is an amalgam of two words: scot, a round and field, and field.
But its name is also pronounced ‘scott’.
In the early 1900s, people in the area were using the spelling “scot”.
But as the word spread, so did the pronunciation of the name.
It was only when people started using the modern spelling “Scotts” did people realise that the name was pronounced “Scotty”.
It has now become the official spelling for the area.
So what’s the story behind the spelling of Scotty?
The earliest documented use of the word Scot is found in the 17th century.
In 1676, Henry Morgan wrote a letter to Sir Walter Scott in which he referred to the place as a “Scot”.
The name was changed to Scottersfield in 1813.
It took another 20 years for the name to be changed again, to “Scotting” in 1837.
It remained that way until the mid-19th century, when people realised that “Scotts” was the name of the place.
In 1876, the Scottish Government announced that the area should become the seat of the Royal Scots.
But it took another 25 years to change the name again.
When it did, the new name was announced on 1 July 1891, and was officially pronounced “Scotties” on 4 September that year.
The new spelling became the official name of Scottland in 1921.
Today, Scotting is still used by some businesses in Scotland and surrounding areas, such as the Royal Scotts, the Royal and Ancient Scottish Bank and the Scottie Boys Club.
Where to eat and drink It is a popular place to get some local food and drink, especially if you’re in the south-east.
There is a number of pubs and restaurants in Scott.
But you will need to be careful with where you go, as some are notorious for their aggressive and loud behaviour.
If you’re going to be drinking, try to stay away from pubs that serve alcohol.
And you should definitely avoid the area around the National Museum of Scotland (which is known for its rowdy behaviour and loud music).