The Scottish Word:

Kail

“Quick! Sook yir feathers in, he’s seek o kail an thinkin o chook soup.”

Translated:

kail: curly leaved cabbage; general word for a feed; or broth made from greens.

“Quick! Suck your feathers in, he is becoming sick of cabbage broth and is now thinking of chicken soup.”

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