“C’mon Erchie yir only one pou frae the sweir-erse’ campioun o Europe!” Translated: sweir-erse: reluctant backside – a game where two players sit on the ground gripping a stick between them and to win have to … Continue reading Sweir-erse.
Scottish Word: Erse.
“Hey, diz ma erse look big in this?” Translated: erse: hinterland, back end, bottom. “Excuse me, but does my hinterland look big in this?” A question few men can answer, and every answer wrong. The Scottish … Continue reading Erse.
Scottish Word: Loun.
Noo loun, fur I see that ye are a loun. Ah’d prefer if ye had troosers on afore ye sit doon. Kin ye just squat like, but no touch, fur the time being so’s ah can … Continue reading Loun.
Scottish Word: Chaft.
Staun bye chiels, I see the spune oan its wye. Get ready tae pit yer backs intae it eneuch tae strain them tuith bandits. Mak that fitwhirlie dirl tae clap the chafts richt weel. Translation: chaft: … Continue reading Chaft.
Scottish Word: Trump.
Stoap bein a wee shairn ersed trumper an git oan wi it. You’re the new manifestation o Faither Time, yiv nae choice but tae see the new year oot, mal or braw. Dae yir duty an … Continue reading Trump.
Scottish Word: Dryte.
“Ah’m tellin ye Tabatha, Hoolet’s shern free erse is nae indication that yer due a dryte ony time soon for yer compost.” Translated: dryte, drite, drait: defecate, poop, excrement. “I am telling you Tabatha, Owl’s nice … Continue reading Dryte.
“Aye – he thinks he’s hard noo but we’ll see how hard he is when he’s sittin oan the pan the morrow wi a scoutherin erse.” Translated: scouther, scowder: burn, scorch, singe. Scoutherin: blistering (with rebuke). … Continue reading Scouther.
Scottish Word: Moger.
“Aff yer erse an get that moger redd up an intae the kists. Ye ken we’ll no get oor deposit back if the shell cases are no in the boxes.” Translated: moger: mess, muddle, a job … Continue reading Moger.
Scottish Word: Doup.
“Ahm switchin aff the auto doup dichter hen. If yer wantin it back oan mind tae dae it yersel.” Translated: doup: bottom, backend of something. “I am switching off the automatic bottom wiping machine darling. If … Continue reading Doup.
Scottish Word: Whit.
“Ah see whit ye mean Britni the bear erse is getting gey threadbear.” Translated: whit: what. “I see what you mean Britni the bear bottom is getting rather bald.” The Scottish Word: whit with its definition … Continue reading Whit.