“Uh oh! If I was you I’d untaigle massel dead quick.” Translated: untaigle: untangle. “Uh oh! If I was you I would untangle myself with the most extreme utter urgency.” Instict – several instincts about to … Continue reading Untaigle.
Scottish Word: Adae.
“Ah’ll jist tak a look to see whit’s adae ahint the door.” Translated: adae: going on, what is happening. “I shall just have a quick look behind this door to see what is happening.” The Scottish … Continue reading Adae.
Scottish Word: Spigot.
“If ye fetch some watter frae yon spigot son, I’ll gie ye a dram. It’ll jist tak ye a meenit.” Translated: spicket, spigot, spriggit: outdoor tap. “If you fetch some water from that tap just over … Continue reading Spigot.
Scottish Word: Hearst.
“WARNING. Dinna listen tae The Bard at full blaw set tae music in a barley field ower the hearst.” Translated: hearst, hairst: harvest. “WARNING. Do not listen to poetry at full volume set to music in … Continue reading Hearst.