A lovely sounding Scottish or northern English word for a row or an uproar. Never heard this word before, but I’ll try to start using it on a regular basis.
‘Anyhow there was a shake and a roar and a general stramash, and I found myself miles away underground and wedged in as tight as tight.’
Source: Kenneth Grahame, Dream Days, illus. by Maxfield Parrish (Edin.: Paul Harris Publishing, 1983), p. 165