He’s left that life o wark n sair trauchle wi the yowes ahint ‘imsell noo.
Ahn yer heid’ll be richt aff yer shoulders here n noo wi the Royal Blade if he suspects ye o onie back-jaw.
whissle, whussle, whussel, whustle.: whistle
Do not whistle.
He has left that life of work and hard drudgery with ewes behind himself now.
And your head will be right off your shoulders here and now with the Royal Blade if he suspects you of any disrespect.
The Scottish Word: whissle with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.