“Crivens! whaur huv they skinnymalinkies come frae an what have they done tae oor weel tended permaculture?” Translated: skinnymalink: thin person, bones and skin only. “My goodness! Where have all these dreadfully wasted starving people come … Continue reading Skinnymalink.
“Watch yirsel on thon boorach o sneddins there’s a muckle hole unnerit.” Translated: sneddins: collection of cut off branches. sned: to trim off side branches of a felled tree. snedded: that which has been pruned. “Watch … Continue reading Sneddin, sneddins.
Scottish Word: Fleg.
“C’mon faither, this’ll gie us a rare fleg!” Translated: fleg: fright. “Come let’s go father, this walk will surely give us a really good fright.” The Scottish Word: fleg with its definition and its meaning illustrated … Continue reading Fleg.