“Dae ye huv onie pally jeukit option aataw wi this moose?” Translated: pally jeukit: left handed. “Do you have any left handed option at all with this mouse?”
Scottish Word: Gies.
“Hey son, gies a donation an I’ll tell ye if oor hairs dyed or no.” Translated: gies: give us. “Excuse me sir, give us a donation and I will tell you if our hair has been … Continue reading Gies.
Scottish Word: Peenie.
“If yiv nithin on yir peenie yir no daein it richt.” Translated: peenie: apron. “If you get nothing on your apron then you are not doing it correctly.”
“Ma Maw’s sent me fur the messages.” Translated: messages: groceries, shopping. “My mother has sent me to get the shopping.”
Scottish Word: Poke.
“Right son, hoo many grannie-sookers di ye want in yir poke?” Translated: poke: bag. “All right young man, how many pan-drops (sweets grannies love to suck) do you want in your bag?”