Noo noo, nae need tae fecht.
Ah dinni want tae scaud mah tongue wi ither folks kail, as they say, but ah think I can mediate here ahn help sort you twa lovebirds oot.
scaud: scald (from the saying “I do not want to scald my tongue in other peoples soup”).
Now now, no need to fight.
I do not want to meddle but I think I can mediate here and help sort you two lovebirds out.
The Scottish Word: scaud with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.