A tandem loving wife who is never pleased at any hints no matter how oblique or unintended at her girth and weight.
The Scottish Word:

Puggle, puggled.

“What dae ye mean – ‘you’re puggled’?”


puggled: at a standstill due to exhaustion, worn out, done in.

“What do you mean – ‘you’re done in’?”

[puggled spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]


A Rolls-Canarlly is a well known Scottish type of bicycle. Available in a massive range of forms and colours. It is renowned for its ability to roll easily downhill but it can hardly get up a hill.

Thus: a rolls can hardly.

The Scottish Word: puggle 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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