Scottish Word: Jine.
Goldilocks with the three bears, at supper instead of breakfast, addressing the Haggis; “Wee chieftain o the pudden race, hunted by the fierce o face, slaverin an snortin an fu o fang nae matter that yiv … Continue reading Jine.
Ah kent ah wiz ill-hung-thegither but this is takin the piss. Hoo’d ye jine a puggie’s haun that size tae sic a muckle airm like mine an get it tae work? It IS a puggie’s haun, … Continue reading Ill-hung-thegither.
Scottish Word: Onie.
“Eck there sez it’s no a fancy dress hogmanay pairty efter aw, but we’re welcome tae jine in onywye particularly if we have onie malts in oor kerry oots.” Translated: onie, ony: any. “Eck over there … Continue reading Onie.
Scottish Word: Brae.
“Are ye sure I’ve tae dae this afore I can jine the nae brakes brae gang?” Translated: brae: side of a hill; road with a steep gradient. “Are you sure that I have to do this … Continue reading Brae.