Jack lowering Jill down a decrepit old well.
The Scottish Word:


Noo Jill. Dinni hing aboot doon there lookin for yer grannie’s auld gowd thimble. The forecast sez there’s a muckle plowt o rain due an it’ll no be safe doon there.


plowt: a heavy downpour of rain.

Now Jill. Do not hang about down there looking for your grannies old gold thimble. The forecast is saying that we are due a massive heavy downpour of rain and it will not be safe down there.

The Scottish Word: plowt 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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