Scottish Word: Rousie.
“Hi… Ye hivni seen a bonnie bonnie wee rousie dug aboot here huv ye?” Translated: rousie: restless, easily excited. “Hello… you haven’t seen a lovely lovely little lively dog about here have you?”
Scottish Word: Pou.
“Yer awricht so far, try gi’in it a harder pou.” Translated: pou: pull. “You’re all right so far, try giving it a harder pull.”
Scottish Word: Canty.
“Look son, tak a tellin – Ant an Dec are no expectin you tae attempt tae mak this situation canty.” Translated: canty: cheerful, pleasant. “Look son, Listen up for the last time – Ant and Dec … Continue reading Canty.
“Ach… this is gey fusionless broth.” Translated: fusionless: without substance or body, lacking in nourishment, dull, insipid, without taste. “Tut Tut… this is awfully thin, tasteless, insipid, weak, uninspired broth.”
Scottish Word: Bree.
“Hud on son, I’ll be wi ye as soon as I bree the tatties.” Translated: bree: drain the water from (usually from things that have been boiled). “Be patient a moment young man, I’ll be with … Continue reading Bree.