The Scottish Word:

Wallie

“Oh wallie wallie wallie a jist meant tae cut aff yir tail, sairie moose. ”

Translated:

wallie: an exclamation of dismay, distress.

“Oh how awfully awfully distressing! I just meant to cut off your tail, sorry mouse.”

[wallie spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

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