A distressed haggisean uttering its bagpippean call in the final stages of the hunt.
The Scottish Word:

Cuddy.

‘Mad Hielander on a canterin cuddy aboot tae lassoo the Haggis whilst in its bagpippean skirl of distress.’

Translate:

cuddy: a horse.

‘Insane Highlander upon a cantering horse about to lasso a Haggis while it is in the throes of its bagpippean piercing call of distress.’

Haggis recipe.

Use the legs, skin, beak and pistle to make bagpipes. Then stuff all the remaining meat and organs into the stomach of a sheep along with loads of spice. Tie it off with a stout knot and boil the lot until sterilised. Serve the result with mashed turnip and plenty of fresh ground black pepper.

The Scottish Word: cuddy 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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