Tiny fat batman being weighed on jewelers scales with DIET written on the nearby prescription pad.
The Scottish Word:


Ah’ve div whit ye telt me doctor – fower sets o twenty flaps twice a day iviry day huddin it at least twa inches aff the grund ahn still the wecht winni shift.

Ah can barely catch a midgie the state o me.

Whut ivir ahm ah tae dae?


wecht, wycht, waicht, waucht: weight.

I’ve done what you told me doctor – four sets of twenty flaps twice a day every day holding it at least two inches off the ground and still the weight will not shift.

I can barely catch a midge in this state.

What ever am I to do?

The Scottish Word: wecht 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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