“I’m sick o humphin his muckle bouk frae rink tae rink an side tae side. If he’s no willin tae tak his dunts n dings like a man he’ll never learn. Let him fa.”
bouk: body of a person.
“I am fed up of carrying his great carcass from rink to rink and from side to side. If he is not willing to take his lumps like a grown up he will never learn. Let him fall.”
The Scottish Word: bouk with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.