Scottish Word: Doddle.
Biggin this jigsaw’s a complete doddle. A didni need tae consult the instructions yince. Ah’m gonna bigg it again ahn again. Translation: doddle: easy, entirely not difficult. Building this jigsaw’s as easy as a walk in … Continue reading Doddle.
Scottish Word: Belter.
She’s telt me in no uncertain terms ahm no allood tae help ye. But yer next moves a belter, if ye kin see it. Ahn if ye do, yer wins a certie, a hunner percent. Translation: … Continue reading Belter.
“Enough’s enough! we’re fur a bedsit wi mair o a ceil an less o a camceil.” Translated: camceil: a sloping ceiling. “Enough is enough! we are going to get a bedsit with more of a ceiling … Continue reading Camceil.
“Help ma boab! Ma thummarts awa, it’s no in any o ma pooches whar it ocht tae be.” Translated: thummart: ferret. “My goodness (help my Bob)! My ferret has got away, it is not in any … Continue reading Thummart.
Scottish Word: Broon.
“Hssst should we no let on the broon’s still in the pooch.” “Nah nivir mind they’re aboot tae use a reid as the cue baw.” Translated: broon: brown. “Hssst should we not reveal to them that … Continue reading Broon.
Scottish Word: Midge.
This is how I imagine many people visualise the Scottish midge if they could see it larger than the tiny speck that it is. (Animated.) Translated: midge: a very small insect that comes out in hordes … Continue reading Midge.