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.’

Translated:

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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