Bear with a fragile bone china cup at a wee picnic table laden with honey, a pot of tea and a plate with a honey sandwich as a bad storm approaches out of a blue sky.
The Scottish Word:


She’s gonna be in a richt radge at her hinnie piece gettin weet and her tea bein diluted in the coming rain.

She’s awready got the sair heid an wi that storm breeshlin in awfi fast roond the mountain I’m awa intae the cave oot o her road.


hinnie: honey.

She’s going to be incredibly mad at her honey sandwich getting wet and her tea being diluted in the coming rain.

She’s already got the sore head and with that storm rushing in awfully fast round the mountain I’m retreating into the cave out of her way.

The Scottish Word: hinnie 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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