Ah’m socially distancin here ahn if ye continue tae brangle thon shilpie widdie at me ah’l tak this bauk o a tree as a baston tae dunt ye intae the grund.
Ah’m communing wi nature here tae keep the heid.
I wisni by oniebuddy till you kem nebbin in.
brangle: shake, move unsteadily, brandish.
I am socially distancing here and if you continue to brandish that thin stick at me I will take this beam of a tree as a cudgel to smack you into the ground.
I am communing with nature here to keep sane.
I was not near anyone until you came nosying up.
The Scottish Word: Brangle with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.