The Scottish Word:

Drumle

“Aye you’re richt something’s drumled up the bottom of the loch in a big way.”

Translated:

drumle: make or be muddy or disturbed.

“Yes you are correct something has stirred up the silt and mud from the bottom of the loch (lake) in a big way.”

[drummle spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

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