“C’mon Erchie yir only one pou frae the sweir-erse’ campioun o Europe!” Translated: sweir-erse: reluctant backside – a game where two players sit on the ground gripping a stick between them and to win have to … Continue reading Sweir-erse.
Scottish Word: Sonsie.
“…The neeps and tatties and mushy peas, stert workin like a gentle breeze, but soon the puddin wi the sonsie face, will hae ye blawin aw ower the place…” Translated: sonsie: substantial, impressive, handsome, big. “…The … Continue reading Sonsie.
“Whits the kilfuddoch?” Translated: kilfuddoch: a meeting and discussion. “Why are you all having a meeting and discussion?”
Scottish Word: Scash.
“It’s a scash oer awthin n nothin as usual.” Translated: scash: squabble. “It’s a squabble over everything and nothing as usual.”