“G’aun yersel Andy.” Translated: g’aun yersel: go on yourself, you have it within you to do it; a warm and friendly term of encouragement. “More power to your elbow Andy.” focused. Most of Scotland and much … Continue reading G’aun yersel.
Scottish Word: Aneath.
“An hoo long dae ye think ye’ll be aneath the watter wi the fishies?” Translated: aneath: under. “And how long do you think you will be under the water with the fishes?”
Scottish Word: Dunt.
“Jings! That wis a sair dunt yiv gie yirsel son” Translated: sair dunt: serious blow; My goodness! That was a rather serious blow to the skull you’ve given yourself dear boy.