“Yer nothin but a trauchle trailin on ahent like that – get yirsel yokit.” Translated: trachle, trauchle: a struggle, a hard time. “You are extremely hard work trailing along behind like that – will you please … Continue reading Trachle.
Scottish Word: Stirk.
“You are certain your research fully supports stirks as the best methane generators for our trip roon the world fuelling stations?” Translated: stirk: a young bullock. “You are certain your research fully supports young bullocks as … Continue reading Stirk.
“Ahm fair forfochten an in need o ma pit.” Translated: forfochten: exhausted of the effort, worn to a standstill. “I am completely exhausted, finished and in need of my bed.” In memory of the UK disaster … Continue reading Forfochten.