Architectural geeks in the middle of nowhere hills in the mist as a badly made glowering head belonging to Frankenstein's monster rises from the moat.
The Scottish Word:


“Ah ken we cam up tae this larach tae tak in the re-enforced gushets an study the stank but this place gies me the willies an minds me o the Bride O Frankenstein.”


stank: a moat, ditch, small semi stagnant sheet of water.

“I know we came up to this site to examine the re-enforced corner structures and study the moat but this place gives me the creeps and it reminds of the film, The Bride of Frankenstein.”

[stank spelled out in phonetic alphabet.]

Illustration Friday.

The Scottish Word: stank 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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