“It’s bricht an it tips the scales mair than a dod o granite – it must be gowd! Jings! Ah’ll be able to treat massel tae some cream an even hinnie in my parritch noo.”
dod: heavy lump.
“It’s bright and it tips the scales more than a heavy lump of granite – it must be gold! Goodness! I’ll be able to treat myself to some cream and even honey in my porridge now.”
The Scottish Word: dod with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.