You can contribute comments, photographs or videos to the Historical Thesaurus of Scots project. First, click the Register link in the right-hand column of any page to become a registered user.
If you see a word or phrase for which you have an image (such as a shape of cloud or type of marble), you can upload a photograph or make a comment in the Comment box under the list of words in that category. For examples, please see the cloud images which illustrate gait-hair, hen scarts, mirlie-backs and pouthered lawyr. You can also copy in a link to an image on a Flickr site.
** Please only send us your own images, not ones you have found online.** Your contribution will be sent to our research team for review and you may see it feature on our site in the near future. You can also comment directly on our blog posts. Alternatively, you can tweet your images to our Twitter account @scotsthesaurus.
If you have a photograph you would like to submit, but you are not sure which word it illustrates, you can upload it to this page, using the Comment box below. Our research team will review all contributions and either assign them to a category, or post them here as unassigned images in the meantime.
Please feel free to email us too! We welcome comments about our site, and would love to hear from you if you have found the Thesaurus useful or illuminating. See our Contact page for details.