Scottish Word: Craig.
“Can ye direct me tae the lug, neb an thrapple department please? I’ve a sair craig.” Translated: craig: neck. “Can you direct me to the ear nose and throat department please? I’ve a sore neck.”
Scottish Word: Lintel.
“Mind yir broo on yon stane lintel.” Translated: lintel: beam across the top of an entrance, threshhold of a door. “Watch your forehead on that there stone beam.”
Scottish Word: Oxter.
“Are ye wantin yir oxter stick Mr Baxter?” Translated: oxter: armpit. “Are you desirous of your crutch Mr Baxter?”