Scottish Word: Moutit.
Here ye go pal. Free peh’s for the moutit an no forgetting yir wee birsie dug. The wicked coont their worth by the gowd they haud. And the guid coont their worth by the acts they … Continue reading Moutit.
“Ah’ll pirl the poke o bluid wi a shairp pyke mithtreth an wi yin splatter the maithter will be guid as new.” Translated: splatter: sprinkle about, spatter. “I will prod the bag of blood with a … Continue reading Splatter.
Scottish Word: Gype.
“Nithin like raisin siller fur guid causes tae mak him a happy gype.” Translated: gype: fool, idiot. “Nothing like raising money for good causes to make him a happy idiot.” Donate at the Red Nose Day … Continue reading Gype.
Scottish Word: Howk.
“Sic guid seasonal earnings winni gang awa. Nae machine will ivir howk tatties oot o the glaur fitlike hauns can – it canni de done, happy days.” Translated: howk: dig out. “Such opportunity for earning substantial … Continue reading Howk.
Scottish Word: Broo.
“Doo poo on the broo’s considered guid luck ye ken – ye should be happy.” Translated: broo: forehead. “Pigeon crap dropped on the forehead is considered good luck you know – you should be happy.” The … Continue reading Broo.