Scottish Word: Micht.
“Ah micht… then again ah micht no.” Translated: micht: might, may. “I might… then again I might not.” The Scottish Word: micht with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in … Continue reading Micht.
Scottish Word: Breid.
Saw awa White Rat Zorro ah’ll use mha wecht tae strekit the rope ticht wi aw my micht. I ken the breid knife wiz aw ye had tae haun that wiz onie yis tae ye. Nae … Continue reading Breid.
Scottish Word: Cruban.
If only ye’d kent semaphore ahn peyd heed tae thon cruban doon there flaggin the danger tae ye wi its cleuks ye micht both hae been saved. Noo as it stauns one o ye’s goin doon … Continue reading Cruban.
Get oot o sicht magic moggie. Ahve twa rochian’s here ah micht hae tae mar. Unless ye want tae gi a haund? Translation: rochian: rough tough type, ne-er do well, rough. Get out of sight magic … Continue reading Rochian.
Scottish Word: Biggit.
Ah’m michtily glad I was biggit tae think oot o the box. Wi ma cobbled thegither brain o deid academics ahm no ataw like thon weet fushion matrix bubble-heided A.I. wha’s reliant on creative learning. Wha … Continue reading Biggit.
Scottish Word: Socht.
“If you socht mair doon tae earth practical tasks nearer tae hand ye micht find yersel mair content.” Translated: socht, soucht: search for, look for. “If you looked for more down to earth practical tasks nearer … Continue reading Socht.
“Fur thatchin is it? That’ll be twa bob a threave which is twa stooks which maks oot tae aboot twelve sheaves each, bit it micht vary roon aboot here ye ken.” Translated: threave: a measure of … Continue reading Threave.