Santa's larger than usual belly making a mess of the chimney.
The Scottish Word:

Bannock.

“What sort of beffan bowsie dockety drochle slag o a scaddin’s stuffed their belly wi the Plum Duff and aw the Yule Bannock!?
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Translated:

bannock: type of bread. The Yule Bannock was prepared at Christmas, circular in shape and deckled at the edges to represent the sun or divided in four in representation of the cross.

“What sort of big stout stupid corpulent insignificant stumpy big blob of a wet lump worthless person stuffed their belly with the Plum Duff and all the Yule-Bannock?”

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[Bannock spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]
The Scottish Word: bannock 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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