“Naebuddy’ll get it. Naebuddy kens whit a coo’s lick is onywye.” Translated: coo’s lick: cowlick, tuft of hair hanging over the forehead. “Nobody will get it. Nobody knows what a cowlick is anyway.” Donate at the … Continue reading Coo’s lick.
Scottish Word: Arra.
“Whit’r ye fleein awa fur? It’s onie yin arra.” Translated: arra: arrow. “What are you speeding away for? It is only one arrow. The Scottish Word: arra with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned … Continue reading Arra.
Scottish Word: Boggle.
“An whit are you bogglin at?” Translated: boggle: bulging eyes. “And what are you taking such an overly keen interest in looking at?” The Scottish Word: boggle with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned … Continue reading Boggle.
Scottish Word: Hearst.
“WARNING. Dinna listen tae The Bard at full blaw set tae music in a barley field ower the hearst.” Translated: hearst, hairst: harvest. “WARNING. Do not listen to poetry at full volume set to music in … Continue reading Hearst.
Scottish Word: Pudden.
“Help ma boab! That’s the end o that mealie pudden.” Translated: pudden, puddin: pudding. Oat meal pudding or white pudding is a sausage skin stuffed with oat meal, onions, spices and suet. A black pudding includes … Continue reading Pudden.
Scottish Word: Rime.
‘ERCHIE ya bam! Yiv been makin yir mark in the rime again’ Translated: rime: a fragile frosty white crystalline deposit on the ground and other surfaces, usually in the morning. ‘Archibald you idiot! You have been … Continue reading Rime.
Scottish Word: Bampot.
“You could caw us bampots for drinkin an smokin so much at oor age – but the fags are herbal, if ye ken whit I mean, an the whisky’s organic. ” Translated: bampot: foolish person, idiot. … Continue reading Bampot.
“Did your yella dug dae that?” “Aye! An whit of it?” Translated: aye: yes The Scottish Word: aye [No 2] with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in … Continue reading Aye No.2.
“Pfaw! Whit a stotter!” Translated: Stotter: – An excellent example of whatever. “That’s a Cruft’s winner of a Dalmation, if I ever saw one.” OR: “I’m in Love!” This is a stotter of a web site. … Continue reading Stotter.