“Ye better come an document the hell oot o this, it’s gonna cause a stooshie.” Translated: stooshie, strushie, strooshie: a disturbance, commotion, tumult, squabble. “You had better come and document this thoroughly, it is going to … Continue reading Stooshie.
“Accordin tae the screivins frae the tri-corder they died happy.” Translated: scrieve: write – long and easily, scribble. “According to the read out from the tri-corder they died happy.” I’m going BIG for Comic Relief – … Continue reading Scrieve.
“It’s a queeriosity, nae doot aboot it.” Translated: queeriosity: something strange, a curiosity. “It is a very strange and peculiar thing, without a doubt certainly.” The Scottish Word: queeriosity with its definition and its meaning illustrated … Continue reading Queeriosity.