Scottish Word: Wisni.
“It wisni me.” Translate: wisni: was not. “It was not I.” The Scottish Word: wisni with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in … Continue reading Wisni.
The grochlin ‘n gobbin as he creeps aboot the tunnels aye gies plenty o warnin Gollum’s aboot. Guid job he disni ken we kin climb up oot o the watter tae hide amongst the stalactites, cracks … Continue reading Grochle.
Thon giant zombie took me by surprise ye ken. I managed tae bash its brains oot wi my machete afore I realised I wiz wantin an erm. Guid job ah’m corrie fisted. It wisni till I … Continue reading Wantin an Erm.
Ah’m socially distancin here ahn if ye continue tae brangle thon shilpie widdie at me ah’l tak this bauk o a tree as a baston tae dunt ye intae the grund. Ah’m communing wi nature here … Continue reading Brangle.
Scottish Word: Pump.
“Ooooh mair tea vicar? Ah hope it wisni Elsie’s neep sconettes’ that garred ye pump sae fell.” Translate: pump: break wind, fart. “Ooooh more tea vicar? I do hope it was not Elsie’s small turnip scones … Continue reading Pump.