Mermaids who have just speared a vicious unknown fish full of mouth and teeth warning a shocked scuba diver.
The Scottish Word:


Weel min, ye should ken that whaur there’s yin o these craiters then syne there’ll a dizzen or mair.

It’s weel kent hereaboots.

Ah’d skoosh back tae yer submersible double quick if I wiz you.

We’re no hingin aboot either I kin tell ye.


dizzen, dizen: dozen.

Well sir, you should be aware that where there is one of these creatures then shortly there will be a dozen or more.

This is well known locally.

I would jet back to your submersible double quick if I was you.

We’re not hanging around either I can tell you.

The Scottish Word: dizzen 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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