Turn aroond, backie up, thur’r crocodile murtherers aheid! Translate: murther, morthour: murder. Turn around, back up, there are crocodile murderers ahead. mʌrðər The Scottish Word: murther with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with … Continue reading Murther.
Gi’im peace woman it soothers the loun in this time o trial. It cam in wi the flotsam frae the noo gigantic gyres o aw the junk frae aw the flooded leids aroond the warld. Gaithered … Continue reading Soother.
That’s the benefit o sniffer snakes oer yer bludhoons, ye dinni need tae kert aroond heavy manacles. Ye jist fling the snake at yer miscreant ahn it taigles him up an it diz aw the restraining … Continue reading Rinagate.
Scottish Word: Graith.
Tak it frae me Donner, we may be graith the noo but we maunbe douchtless suin eneuch. Jist like whit happened tae aw the elves when he replaced them wi thon flittin clever-deid new fangled whigmaleerie … Continue reading Graith.
Scottish Word: Telt.
Ah’ve telt ye afore ahn I’ll tell ye again ya muckle gamaleerie. Dinni dae yer tongue til yiv completed yir ablutions. Then the watter will be mair fu o bacteria. Scourin the clarty watter oer yer … Continue reading Telt.