Dental practice in the days of clubs, caves and fur where a thump on the back of one's skull is considered a reasonable way to knock a loose tooth out.
The Scottish Word:


“There ye go Tarkus, nae mair tuith pain jist a bit o ah sair heid fur a wee while.”


tuith: tooth.

“There you go Tarkus, no more tooth pain, just a slight sore head for a little while.”

The Scottish Word: tuith 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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