“Aye right! so yer a mauchty moose fur yer age. Whit of it?” Translated: mauchty: mighty, powerful, as in physical strength. “Oh great! So you are indeed a mighty mouse, taking into consideration your age. What … Continue reading Mauchty.
Scottish Word: Gleg.
“Gleg? He’s flinty o fit an as shairp as a kilmaurs whittle.” Translated: gleg: quick, speedy. “Speedy? For his age he’s fast of foot and as quick witted.” fast. The Scottish Word: gleg with its definition … Continue reading Gleg.
“Naebuddy’ll get it. Naebuddy kens whit a coo’s lick is onywye.” Translated: coo’s lick: cowlick, tuft of hair hanging over the forehead. “Nobody will get it. Nobody knows what a cowlick is anyway.” Donate at the … Continue reading Coo’s lick.
Scottish Word: Lug.
“Huv a boggle at this, it’s a fower luggit case an bonnie wi it too.” Translated: lug: handle. “Have a good look at this, it has a case with four handles and is good looking with … Continue reading Lug.