Run ya sad oanshach ye, yer aboot tae become a creishy sludder foo o sclinters and channer sclatched aw oer the grund. Translation: sludder: something wet and slimy like mud. Run you sad sorry fool you, … Continue reading Sludder.
Scottish Word: Sclaff.
“So how did ye like that sclaff in the lug then?” Translated: sclaff: slap obliquely, graze with the open hand or something flat in an oblique warning scuff sort of way. “So how did ye like … Continue reading Sclaff.
“Dae ye no think yir dad’ll be lookin fur his galluses?” Translated: galluses: braces, for holding up ones trousers. “Do you not think your dad will be looking for his braces?” The Scottish Word: galluses with … Continue reading Galluses.