Hare, Squirrel, Raccoon and Bear playing happy families with one about to be shot.
The Scottish Word:

Bawd.

Wi the bankers added tae yer baxter, flesher, souter, scaffie, dyester an polis families yiv won.

But ahm keepin the pot.

Aw the siller’s mine, an what are ye gonna dae aboot it? Eh!

Nuthin.

Ya shangie bawd that ye are. Pffft!

Translation:

bawd: a hare (very fast)

With the bankers added to your baker, butcher, shoemaker, binman, dyer and police families you’ve won.

But I am keeping the winnings.

All the money’s mine, and what are you going to do about it? Eh!

Nothing.

You scraggy hare that you are. Pffft!

′bɑd
The Scottish Word: bawd 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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