Scottish Word: Wheich.
“Aye she fairly wheichs roon the park on yon trike.” Translated: wheich: speed through the air, rush. “Yes she rather moves at speed around the park on that tricycle she is on over there.” The Scottish … Continue reading Wheich.
Scottish Word: Stoor.
“There’s stoor up here maw.” Translated: stoor: dust, -mostly when being blown about. “There is dust up here mother.” The Scottish Word: stoor with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used … Continue reading Stoor.
“She maks that guid a porridge it’s a hard job pullin oot the spurtle.” Translated: spurtle: porridge stirrer – often formed in the shape of a thistle. “She makes a porridge so exceedingly excellent that it … Continue reading Spurtle.
Scottish Word: Barkit.
“Look at ye! Yir barkit ye wee skite.” Translated: barkit: encrusted with dirt. “Look at yourself! You are completely encrusted with dirt you small objectionable person.” The Scottish Word: barkit with its definition and its meaning … Continue reading Barkit.
“. . . I’m aye tellin ye tae wipe yer feet, an what’s more . . .” Translated: aye: always The Scottish Word: aye [No 1] with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with … Continue reading Aye No.1