Beavers in Scotland meet their cousin the rat who's gnawed a spindly twig in two.
The Scottish Word:


“We’ve got the teeth in common – could ye no see me goin intae widdland management – same as you – on a sma scale like.”


widd: wood.

“We have got the teeth in common – could you not see me going into woodland management – same as you – but on a smaller scale.”

[wid spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

The Scottish Word: widd 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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