Bats herding millions of bugs, at speed, towards a wet nearly finished newly painted gate.
The Scottish Word:


“Weel done ma bawkie pals. When this lot sticks tae his pent that’ll teach him no tae DIY shut oor ingang tae oor summer roost again.”


ingang: entrance.

“Well done my bat friends. When this lot sticks to his paint that will teach him not to do a Do It Yourself (DIY) blockage to the entrance of our summer roost again.”


Bats are a protected species and hoover up night bugs.

And they are far too acrobatic to crash into a big lump (relatively) of a human head.

The Scottish Word: ingang 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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