Yer no hairse in the least.
Yer scroban soonds fine tae me, yer lighs are clear, an so’s yer thrapple.
Ye’ll jist hae tae face facts an admit that yiv got a boukit craw’s heid insteid o yer ain.
Ahn what comes wi that is soondin like the big rumptionous craw ye are.
hairse, hace, hearsh: hoarse.
You are not hoarse in the least.
Your chest sounds fine to me, your lungs are clear, and so is your throat.
You will just have to face facts and admit that you have a great bulky crow’s head in place of your own.
And what comes with that is sounding like the big uproarious crow that you are.
The Scottish Word: hairse with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.