“Whaur’s the scuddler?” Translated: scuddler: maid of all work, skivvy. “Where is the skivvy, do you know?” Here is the nursery rhyme for those that don’t know it… Sing a song of sixpence. Sing a song … Continue reading Scuddler.
Scottish Word: Scud.
“Ooooh, yir nae allowed tae be in the scuddie here.” Translated: scud: nude, to be naked. “Ooooh, you are not allowed to be in the nude here.” The Scottish Word: scud with its definition and its … Continue reading Scud.
“Fleein in the scud on a besom up here!? Nivir nivir nivir iver – even in Summer – it’s a snell, bitter, cauld affair as onie auld beglamour o salt’ll tell ye.” Translated: beglamour: bewitched. “Flying … Continue reading Beglamour.