Scottish Words tagged with: cook - 11 posts.

The old witch pronounces Hansel's death sentence while Gretel determinedly stokes the furnace in the background.

Scottish Word: Spirlie.

The old witch pronounces Hansel's death sentence while Gretel determinedly stokes the furnace in the background.

“Ach! Yir still spirlie and ill-thriven, whit’s adae wi ye? I’ve hud enough! Ah’m no waitin onie longer.” Translated: spirlie: thin, spindly. “Argh! You are still skinny and scraggy, what is wrong with you? I have … Continue reading Spirlie.

A waste of a first class filtering type moustache.

Scottish Word: Fushion.

A waste of a first class filtering type moustache.

“Ach… this is gey fusionless broth.” Translated: fusionless: without substance or body, lacking in nourishment, dull, insipid, without taste. “Tut Tut… this is awfully thin, tasteless, insipid, weak, uninspired broth.” The Scottish Word: fushionless with its … Continue reading Fushion.

Early hunters make a start on honing the skills of male barbecue - burnt on the outside, raw in the middle.

Scottish Word: Tottie.

Early hunters make a start on honing the skills of male barbecue - burnt on the outside, raw in the middle.

“Go oan, a tottie bit’ll nae dae ye oanie herm.” Translated: tottie: tiny, small. “Go on, a tiny bit will not do you any harm.” The Scottish Word: tottie with its definition and its meaning illustrated … Continue reading Tottie.

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