Scottish Word: Ahint.
“Ahint ye! Ahint ye!” Translated: ahint, ahent: behind, in or to the rear. “Behind you! Behind you!” Theatre. The Scottish Word: ahint with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in … Continue reading Ahint.
Dinni whissle. He’s left that life o wark n sair trauchle wi the yowes ahint ‘imsell noo. Ahn yer heid’ll be richt aff yer shoulders here n noo wi the Royal Blade if he suspects ye … Continue reading Whissle.
Scottish Word: Pouer.
I’d like tae introduce my compact steam pouered car. The doon side is I need tae pou the biler ahint me. Ahm workin oan it. Translated: pouer, pooer: power. I’d like to introduce my compact steam … Continue reading Pouer.
“Oh Lord please please please dinni let it be a banshee ahm hearin ahint me makin that eldritch din.” Translated: banshee: a wailing female spirit forecasting death or disaster. “Oh Lord please please please do not … Continue reading Banshee.
Scottish Word: Adae.
“Ah’ll jist tak a look to see whit’s adae ahint the door.” Translated: adae: going on, what is happening. “I shall just have a quick look behind this door to see what is happening.” The Scottish … Continue reading Adae.