outwith preposition outside, out of, beyond: The concerns Mammy had for her lassies being courted away by the handsome [Gypsy] lads came to nothing, they were all spoken for. It seems they seldon marry outwith their own kind. la14-. etymology: Scots; attested by JS and SS note:

This general Scots word is often thought of as English by native Scots speakers. The English equivalent is without, as in the Easter hymn: There is a greenhill far away without a city wall.