Weights, magnets, meccano, mad scientists and a wheel.
The Scottish Word:

Furlie.

“Yir tellin us that yiv built an everlasting furlie and ye canni mak it stop?”

Translated:

furlie: piece of machinery or equipment – especially one that has wheels or revolves.

“You are expecting us to believe that you have built a perpetual motion machine and that you are unable to make it stop?”

[furlie spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

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