‘Aye Senga, finding a cludgie in the countryside nooadays is no easy.’ Translated: cludgie: toilet. ‘Oh dear Senga, finding a toilet in the countryside nowadays is not easy.’ The Scottish Word: cludgie with its definition and … Continue reading Cludgie.
Scottish Word: Piece.
‘Foo is’t, gaffer, that quines nivir git thir piece mankit?’ Translated: piece: sandwich. ‘Boss, how is it that girls never get their sandwich dirty?’ Poise – in my experience girls always seem to have more poise … Continue reading Piece.
‘Aye dominie, you’re the first man here to look me straucht in the eye’ Translated: dominie: headmaster or clergyman. “Indeed Pastor, you are the first man here to look me straight in the eye.” The Scottish … Continue reading Dominie.