Scottish Word: Steid.
“Hud on wi the steid, they’ve bin readin the plans tapsalteerie!” Translated: steid: foundation, base. “Stop work on the foundations, they have been reading the plans upsides down!”
Scottish Word: Quine.
“Hud on you! Are ye a loon or a quine?” Translated: quine: girl. “Wait a moment you! Are you a boy or a girl?”
“Tae say ah’m dumfoonert is an understatement.” Translated: dumfoonert: dumfounded. “To say that I am dumfounded is an understatement.”
Scottish Word: Bunnet.
“It’s no if it’s a bunnet or a bowler mister Flemin’ it’s aw in the wrist.” Translated: bunnet: soft flat cloth cap usually with a peak. “It is of no matter whether it be a cloth … Continue reading Bunnet.
Scottish Word: Scud.
“Ooooh, yir nae allowed tae be in the scuddie here.” Translated: scud: nude, to be naked. “Ooooh, you are not allowed to be in the nude here.”
Scottish Word: Daft.
‘Dinni be daft tak it aff.’ Translated: daft: silly. ‘Don’t be silly take it off.’ Say ‘Pants to Poverty’ Make a donation to Comic Relief – here!