“Weel weel, a fat blethering troot haiverin aboot makin wishes come true an ah’m stervin here.” Translated: blether: talk foolishly, talk too much. “Well well, a fat talkative trout babbling nonsense about making wishes come true … Continue reading Blether.
Scottish Word: Gowf.
“Hoi! Mind yer heid we’re gowfin here.” Translated: gowf: golf. “Hoi! Mind your head we are golfing here.” Hatch. Golf is an old game but Scots lay claim to adding the hole and playing it on … Continue reading Gowf.
“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.