Scottish Word: Puggie.
“Ah’ve ayewis preferred an attack puggie tae an attack dug.” Translate: puggie: monkey. “I have always preferred an attack monkey to an attack dog.” The Scottish Word: puggie with its definition and its meaning illustrated and … Continue reading Puggie.
Scottish Word: Hurdie.
Tirl yer hurdies tae peddle wi fury or we’ll sin be deid reid meat scauddit by yin o them beguessit steam scoots. Ye didni hire a pyntin puggie fer nithin, we ken the weys tae safe … Continue reading Hurdie.
Tis a feat indeed Captain tae get yer puggie tae skrauch at iviry bell o the watch. But dis it no have an aff switch ataw. It wis very droll to begin with. Translate: scrauch, skrauch: … Continue reading Skrauch.
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: Cheyne.
Whaur’s that damn puggie that caws hissel a librarian ya beardie bulfie? I’ll teach him tae keep the likes o me me cheyned up oan the shelf aside a lot o lesser buiks foo o peetifu … Continue reading Cheyne.
Scottish Word: Weeng.
The bawkie weenged puggie in its kist haimmered shut by the blazin fist first finger in a line o stobs afire lined n twined in pirls o clookit wire fit thrapples yin dool burd n hirples … Continue reading Weeng.
Skreichin puggie skirling abune ma heid screengin efter a death sun deith o the deid ettled efter aw ither blenters scarted oot riddled reid nithin but dull ramshoch ablach. Owersettins: screenge: prowl after, yearn for. (This … Continue reading Screenge.