A rat survivor commenting after negotiating a potentially deadly rat run.
The Scottish Word:

Wisker.

“Jings, her wisker wis fair fu the-day. She jist missed us”

Translated:

wisker: belt with padded section full of holes to hold knitting needles; a bunch of straw folded over neatly, bound tightly and tucked in the apron to hold knitting needles.

“Goodness, her needle holder was rather full today. She just missed us”

The Scottish Word: wisker 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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