Zorro the white rat uses a bread knife to rescue his pal yellow duck from the hangman's noose around his neck.
The Scottish Word:

Breid.

Saw awa White Rat Zorro ah’ll use mha wecht tae strekit the rope ticht wi aw my micht.

I ken the breid knife wiz aw ye had tae haun that wiz onie yis tae ye.

Nae swords allood at a deuks hingin pairty ahn a cheese knife widni hae cut it.

Translation:

breid, breed: bread

Saw away White Rat Zorro, I’ll use my weight to stretch out the rope tight with all my might.

I know the bread knife was all you had to hand that was of any use to you.

No swords allowed at a ducks hanging party and a cheese knife would not have cut it.

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The Scottish Word: breid 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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