Scottish Word: Craik.
“Ye bust yer chops engineering intelligent monkeys an ye hae a guid craik wi them. But as soon as they discover the Internet it’s aw ower.” Translated: craik, Craic: conversation, converse, gossip. “You bust your chops … Continue reading Craik.
Scottish Word: Awbody.
“Awbody – aw thegither noo!” Translated: awbody: everyone. “Everyone – all together now!” The Scottish Word: awbody with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language … Continue reading Awbody.
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.