“Whit’s the neb the-day?” Translate: what’s the neb: what’s the latest news, gossip. “What’s the latest news today?” The Scottish Word: whits the neb with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word … Continue reading Whits the neb.
The loun loves tae see the Hogmanay in wi his vegan slug juice. But the fasherie thon stuff brings isnae real. The slugs robbed o their usual fare tae mak it are eatin oor food noo. … Continue reading Fasherie.
Scottish Word: Oors.
It taks me oors tae walk in here tae deliver yer mail Sharma ahn there ye sit daein nithin, no even offerin me a cup o tea or a drink o yer ginger. And whits mair … Continue reading Oors.
Whits aw this stramash steerin up the stour o the tar o the playgroond fur. Whit are ye aw oot o yer boxes fur, Wha stairted it? Hae ye forgotten aw o yer social distancin trainin? … Continue reading Stramash.
Hop It? Whit dae ye mean hop it!? Hop it yersel ya wee short ersed peengie maithe o a gaird ye. Ye ken ahm the laithsome peg leg peratt yella teeth McGrawker, promoter ahn brither tae … Continue reading Peengie.
Scottish Word: Dottle.
“Ahm ah dottled or dreamin? I swear reindeer keep fleein bye an hoverin aboot as if they’re working oot whits shinin oot o oor windae.” Translate: dottle: witless, become crazy or confused, in a state of … Continue reading Dottle.
“Whits the kilfuddoch?” Translate: kilfuddoch: a meeting and discussion. “Why are you all having a meeting and discussion?” The Scottish Word: killfuddoch with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in … Continue reading Kilfuddoch.