As man and dinosaur cross the ridge the Tyrannosaurus Rex is left out of puff on the hill behind.
The Scottish Word:


Nae worries Tri-Horn auld pal, it’s a jabbit ‘n dune Rex wiv left ahent us pechin oot his lungs oer thon daunder o a sklent.

Ah doot he’ll mak it up the rest o the brae – and for us it’s an easy jog aw doonhill noo.


jabbit: exhausted, tired.

No worries Tri-Horn my old friend, it is an exhausted and done Rex we’ve left behind us there puffing out his lungs over that there easy stroll of an incline.

I doubt that he will make it up the rest of the slope – and for us it is an easy jog all downhill now.

The Scottish Word: Jabbit 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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