Scottish Word: Feart.
“Hud oan man, nae need tae be feart, I’ll gie ye a lift.” Translated: feart: afraid, frightened. “Hold on sir, no need to be afraid, I’ll give you a lift.”
Scottish Word: Doot.
“Aye… Ah doot this means it’s gonna be a rumballiach crossin ower the causeway” Translated: doot: doubt, suspect. “Ah yes… I suspect it is going to be a stormy crossing over the causeway. ”