Mum dinosaur chatting to junior at the table tucking into fish and chips with several Great Purple dinosaur Easter crackers on the table.
The Scottish Word:


Can ah eat aw o yer pease if ah give ye aw o mha Easter Crackers?

Ye ken oor Easter Crackers are tae mind us o the forcible crakin open o the Guid Great Purple Dinosaur’s stubborn Egg – who noo bein saved shared the secret whit led us aw doon the road awa frae meteoric extinction.

Jist like you shuid share aw yer pease wi me.


pease, pese, piese, paise, peys: peas

Can I eat all of your peas if I give you all of my Easter Crackers?

You know that our Easter Crackers are to recall to us the forcible cracking open of the Good Great Purple Dinosaur’s stubborn Egg – who now being saved shared the secret which led us all down the path away from meteoric extinction.

Just like you should share all your peas with me.

The Scottish Word: pease with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

How to calculate the date of Easter.

Easter falls on the first Sunday after the Full Moon on or after March 21. If the Full Moon is on a Sunday, Easter is celebrated on the following Sunday.

Although Easter is liturgically related to the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere (March equinox) and the Full Moon, its date is not based on the actual astronomical date of either event.

Both dates may coincide with the dates of the astronomical events, but in some years, they don’t.

You can find out in detail here.

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