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Own Source: SND
In 1886 quot. as applied to a curling-stone the meaning is “do not sweep the ice before the stone. Leave it alone”: QUOT: She's weel laid doon, oh never own 'im, A fair pat-lid.
Soop Source: SND
To sweep (the ice) in the path of a curling-stone in order to assist its progress.
Whisk Source: SND
To sweep the ice in the path of (a stone), to help a stone on by brushing the rink.
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