Granny with her hearing aid, big strong false teeth, and thick thick spectacles struggles with pies and mistakes the pet tortoises for one.
The Scottish Word:

Peh.

“No Gran No, Herbert’s no a peh! He’s no a peh – Noooooooo!”

Translated:

peh: pie; the pronunciation given is as it is spoken in Dundee. A peh and a pehper (news-paper).

“No Granny No, Herbert’s not a pie! He’s not a pie – Noooooo!”

[pie spelled out in phonetic alphabet.]

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The Scottish Word: peh 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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