Yer a scourie reebald McMurdoch, yer turnin this dog fight intae a richt collieshangie. It’s no on. Haggis Bombs is no allood. It’s biological weapons ahm tellin ye! No legal. No legal ataw. Dae ye hear … Continue reading Collieshangie.
Scottish Word: Gowan.
I see ye wee moudie wavin a gowan at me. Ahn I hear you too, (bit unco that). Whit’s that yer saying? He’s saving a moose that wiz stuck doon yin o yer tunnels. Jist as … Continue reading Gowan.
Scottish Word: Corbie.
I aye turns puddocks yella on accoont o me bein a reid hat wezer obleeged tae hae a puckle corbies. Maks the puddocks easier tae find ye ken – helps keep them corbies fed. Translation: corbie: … Continue reading Corbie.
Scottish Word: Plowt.
Noo Jill. Dinni hing aboot doon there lookin for yer grannie’s auld gowd thimble. The forecast sez there’s a muckle plowt o rain due an it’ll no be safe doon there. Translated: plowt: a heavy downpour … Continue reading Plowt.
Scottish Word: Tirlie.
“Spankie like noo lads! Ah need tae be awa shairp like wi the tirlie fully chairged tae win.” Translated: tirlie: something which curls, spins, or twirls round; an intricate device or mechanism. “Nimble and quick now … Continue reading Tirlie.
“Fur some reason efter ye click this it taks ages fur the whole panel tae chairge up again.” Translated: chairge: charge. “For some reason after you click this it takes ages for the whole panel to … Continue reading Chairge.
“Why’s that clamjamfry ower there so skeerie the-day an in sic a flap?” Translated: clamjamfry: crowd, company, flock. “Why is that mob over there so agitated today and in such a flap?” Breeze: I’m imagining what … Continue reading Clamjamfry.
Scottish Word: Midge.
This is how I imagine many people visualise the Scottish midge if they could see it larger than the tiny speck that it is. (Animated.) Translated: midge: a very small insect that comes out in hordes … Continue reading Midge.