Headmaster monitoring the playground with his own audience looking on.
The Scottish Word:

Weel weeded heid.

“Aye, he’s got a weel weeded heid for a Dominie.”

Translated:

weel weeded heid: bald – a well weeded head.

“Indeed, he is very bald for a headmaster.”

The Scottish Word: weel weeded heid with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

2 thoughts on “Weel weeded heid.

    1. Sadly you’re right. I must’ve had a rush of whisky to the head when I was drawing it. And I’m a man who wears the kilt from time to time. Ooops, Sorry.

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