I looked up the dictionary, and both gave me definitions that refer to a people from Scotland. Is there a difference between these two words?
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Wikipedia has an article on Scotch. Essentially it is the old version of the adjective, while Scots and Scottish are more common now. The people are Scots as a noun, as in "He is a Scot" or "He is Scottish".
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