Scottish Word: Sowff.
McPhiz, Spud and Super Ranger. [An aff duty meenit for Spud the Squirrel.] [When … ] DUNT! Spud: “Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!” [Countryside Ranger McPhiz WAS haein a sowff anaw.] Whang! Poomph! Whipple! CRASH! clang! Spud: “ERK!” McPhiz: “A … Continue reading Sowff.
Scottish Word: Bawkie.
I’m o the opeenion Igor, that ye need tae cut back oan yer bawkie restoration programme. No least because o the nummer o flies ye hae tae breed tae feed them. Ye’ll get me a warse … Continue reading Bawkie.
This kist o aw kists an its trumpery has us bumbazed and thorter. Ye ken what that means. We’ll have tae ca’ in the scientists for the first time ever and if that disni work get … Continue reading Bumbazed.
“Yir lookin gey peely-wally Erchie. Is yer new click keepin ye oot ower late?” Translated: peely-wally: pale, sickly. “You are looking rather pale and drawn Archibald. Is your new girlfriend keeping you out over late?” Pale. … Continue reading Peely-Wally.
Scottish Word: Bowf.
“Urrrrrrrrrrrrr . . . . Van Helsing – you’re bowfin man.” Translated: bowf: to smell offensively. The Scottish Word: bowf with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in … Continue reading Bowf.
Scottish Word: Polis.
“Gie the gear a rest Angus, yir polis, no a superhero!” Translated: polis: police; ‘Put the equipment away Angus, you are a policeman, not a superhero.’ The Scottish Word: polis with its definition and its meaning … Continue reading Polis.