Caterpillar carrying an apple chasing a bird along a branch, high in the tree.
The Scottish Word:


Wait, wait – let me repay ye wi an aipple.

Ye spared my life by no eatin me even tho yer hungert.

Ah ken ye like them. It’s frae my secret stash o special aipples anaw.

Bein hungert ahn sparin me maks ye even more blessed Mr Burd. Bless ye.


aipple, epple: apple.

Wait, wait let me repay you with an apple.

You spared my life by not eating me even tho you were hungry.

I know that you like them. It’s from my secret stash of special apples too.

Being hungry and sparing me makes you even more blessed Mr Bird. Bless you.

The Scottish Word: aipple with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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