Stoap yer kittlin Tarzan Jock. Ye ken ahm kittlie. Yer no fechtin fair. Translation: kittlie: ticklish, susceptible to tickling. Stop your tickling Tarzan Jock. You know that I am ticklish. You are not fighting fair. ′kɪtlɪ … Continue reading Kittlie.
Thon carlie there, he’s the kail-bell so listen oot fur it an be gleg because there’s a slee o glamshachers in this hoose that wid clear the board an leave nithin for those that are slow. … Continue reading Kail-bell.
Scottish Word: Claes.
“Hoo come in this age of sword and scorcery all you quines get mair claes than us loons?” Translated: claes: clothes. “How come in this age of sword and scorcery all you women get more clothes … Continue reading Claes.
Scottish Word: Laldie.
“Oan ye go Big Senga. Gie them laldie.” Translated: laldie: severe punishment, a good beating, to do vigourously. “Much encouragement as you go Big Senga. Give them them a thorough thrashing.” The Scottish Word: laldie with … Continue reading Laldie.