Two swim-wear wearing pot bellied guys with beer packs speaking to a fit old man while wading in the sea.
The Scottish Word:


Aye… yer weel-hained fur a kirkyaird deserter.

I’m hoping ahm as douchty as yersel if ah live so long as you must huv.


weel-hained: well preserved, taken care of.

I must say… you are very well preserved for a very old person.

I’m hoping I shall be as powerful as yourself if I live as long as you must have done.

The Scottish Word: weel-hained 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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