Pou awa, pou awa tae save oor kin. One mair pou an we’ll pit an end tae thon raucle-handed ill-muggent reid heided hedge cutter. Once he’s fusionless, he’s mince. Translated: Ill-muggent: malicious. Pull hard, pull hard … Continue reading Ill-muggent.
Scottish Word: Toul.
“Ahn what fur dae a huv tae drap the toul?” Translated: toul: towel. “And why is it again that I have to drop the towel?” The Scottish Word: toul with its definition and its meaning illustrated … Continue reading Toul.
Scottish Word: Kist.
“Wha’s bin openin an interferin wi the shill kists!” Translated: kist: chest, box, coffin. “Who’s been opening and interfering with the chill cabinets?” Donate at the Red Nose Day Web Site, Charity 326568. The Scottish Word: … Continue reading Kist.
Scottish Word: Semmit.
“Yiv a bit o jeelie on yir semmit.” Translated: semmit: vest. “You have a spot of jam on your vest.” The Scottish Word: semmit with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word … Continue reading Semmit.
“I like corrie fisted chiels.” Translated: corrie fisted: left handed. “I like left handed lads.” The Scottish Word: corrie fisted with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in … Continue reading Corrie fisted.