Two dogs venturing into the dark autumnal woods.
The Scottish Word:


Ah’ve an awfie feeling that neb o yoors is leadin us intae trouble.

There’s bound tae be pawky chancers hingin aboot in this mirky wid.


pawky: roguish, wily, tricky.

I have a terrible feeling that that nose of yours is leading us into trouble.

There is bound to be tricky opportunists hanging about in this gloomy wood.

The Scottish Word: pawky 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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