Two burnt sun bathers in Scotland's evening scorch with a scotch.
The Scottish Word:

Waucht.

So … you laith the drouth an laud the waucht.

‘Gowp.’

Man that is indeed guid whisky.

Yer sure this private distillation o yours’ll no dehydrate us in this heat?

Shuid we no be drinking mair water? Strong spirit in strong sun isni guid. Is it?

Transaltion:

waucht, wauch, waugh: To quaff, drink deeply, take large draughts.

So … you loath the thirst and celebrate the quaff.

‘Gulp.’

Goodness, that surely is good whisky.

You are sure this private distillation of yours will not dehydrate us in this heat?

Should we not be drinking more water? Strong alcohol in strong sun isn’t good. Is it?

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The Scottish Word: waucht 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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