“Aye yer fine sheriff, I can see that the bullet wheiched strauched through.” Translated: wheech: move sharply at speed, whip through the air with a whizzing sound. “Don’t worry you are fine sheriff, I can see … Continue reading Straucht.
Scottish Word: Gowd.
“Naw. Nae mair assassinations fur a while, ah’m efter a gowd gong ower here.” Translated: gowd: gold. “No thank you. No more assassinations for a time, I’m going to be busy trying for a gold medal … Continue reading Gowd.
Scottish Word: Spung.
“Hae mercy ah’ve nocht bit a puckle bawbees in ma spung.” Translated: spung: a purse or money pouch, usually with a spring clasp. “Have mercy on me, I have nothing but a small amount of poor … Continue reading Spung.
Scottish Word: Douce.
” . . . an Boss can ah also say that yiv nivir looked sae douce ava an . . .” Translated: douce: neat, tidy, loveable, respectable. “. . . and Boss can I also say that you have … Continue reading Douce.
Scottish Word: Puggie.
“Ah’ve ayewis preferred an attack puggie tae an attack dug.” Translated: puggie: monkey. “I have always preferred an attack monkey to an attack dog.” The Scottish Word: puggie with its definition and its meaning illustrated and … Continue reading Puggie.
Scottish Word: Funk.
“Ahm in a funk noo. Yir aw deid!” Translated: funk: a foul temper. “I am in a foul temper now. You are all going to die!” The Scottish Word: funk with its definition and its meaning … Continue reading Funk.
“Then let us pray that come it may [As come it will for a’ that], That sense an worth oer a’ the earth, Shall bear the gree an a’ that. For a’ that an a’ that, … Continue reading Brithers.
“Ahm sorry but there’s nae denyin it. Ye’ve got a skellie ee.” Translated: skellie: squint. “I am sorry but there is no denying it. You have a squint.” Flawed – in so many ways. The Scottish … Continue reading Skellie.
Scottish Word: Quine.
“Hud on you! Are ye a loun or a quine?” Translated: quine, quyne, quean: girl. “Wait a moment you! Are you a boy or a girl?” The Scottish Word: quine with its definition and its meaning … Continue reading Quine.
Scottish Word: Furlie.
“Yir tellin us that yiv built an everlasting furlie and ye canni mak it stop?” Translated: furlie: piece of machinery or equipment – especially one that has wheels or revolves. “You are expecting us to believe … Continue reading Furlie.