From the back of a monster the cheery driver calls out.
The Scottish Word:

Feart.

“Hud oan man, nae need tae be feart, I’ll gie ye a lift.”

Translated:

feart: afraid, frightened.

“Hold on sir, no need to be afraid, I’ll give you a lift.”

[feart spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]
The Scottish Word: feart with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

2 thoughts on “Feart.

  1. It’s a word you don’t know your using I didn’t release until my other half just reminded me this morning thank you and I live here what a word love the Scottish as we called back in the day echo language

    1. Same for me. The hardest words to call to mind to illustrate are the Scots words used day to day without thought. And even worse assuming some words, because they’re so readily in use, are English.

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