Nae the full shilling, awa in the heid, affen the knot, gytit, no wise, a nine bob note, dementit, deleerit? No a bit o it lassie. Translation: deleerit: delirious, insane, mad. In an incomplete state of … Continue reading Deleerit.
Scottish Word: Picher.
“The dug’s flechs like tae bite him in the doddles an he aye flees intae a picher when he finds the lumps.” Translated: picher: an excited or overwrought state of mind, a person who is always … Continue reading Picher.
“I like tae let him oot o his tank for a treat like. But dinni dae onythin sudden tae gi him a fleg or he goes tense an tightens up somethin terrible.” Translated: onythin: anything. “I … Continue reading Onythin.
Scottish Word: Toom.
“Ach this jar’s fair toom an nae mistake.” Translated: toom: empty. “Dear me, this jar’s rather empty and no mistake.” The Scottish Word: toom with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word … Continue reading Toom.