Tirl yer hurdies tae peddle wi fury or we’ll sin be deid reid meat scauddit by yin o them beguessit steam scoots.
Ye didni hire a pyntin puggie fer nithin, we ken the weys tae safe grund. But gleg like.
Ah ken aw aboot deidly steamies.
hurdie, hurdy, hordie: the buttock, the hip, haunches.
Spin your hips to peddle with fury or we’ll soon be dead red meat scalded by one of those random steam geysers.
You didn’t hire a pointing monkey for nothing, we know the ways to safe ground. But speedily though.
I know all about terrain full of deadly steam.
The Scottish Word: hurdie with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.