Scottish weddings make the best of the weather as the kilt spreads out around his waist as he sinks in the deep puddle.
The Scottish Word:


“Jings, that’s a richt deep dub, wi oot a doot.”


dub: A pool, especially one of muddy or stagnant water; a pond; puddle – usually muddy; mud.

“My goodness, that is a very deep puddle without a doubt.”

[dub spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

The Scottish Word: dub with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

3 thoughts on “Dub.

  1. “dubs” was also the word we used as children for the [?much flooded….] communal toilets at primary school.

  2. Definition of dubs is wrong – dubs = mud which has sparked a bit of outrage on a recent Facebook post from Heart of Scotland. Dubs could mean something else in small pockets of Scotland – but the general consensus is that dubs equals mud – ie clairtit in dubs and sharn (covered in mud and sh..)

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