Frog society in the swamp where one frog has purple bubbly water at its rear.
The Scottish Word:


“He’s weel kent as ‘a gutts an gangyls’, slocherin doon onythin that gangs past. It’s why he gies aff stinks mair ramsh an reekit than the guff o the swamp.”


a gutts an gangyls: nothing but stomach and legs, only fit for eating and walking.

“He’s well known as being all stomach and legs, gobbling down anything in a slobbery way that goes by him. It’s why he gives off smells more rank and acrid than the stench of the swamp.”

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

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